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May 18, :i^6^ 

A regularly scheduled meeting of the Soutil^ l?9|y#n 
Klavern of the United Elans of America, Inc., Knigtit^ Qf tt^if! 
Ku Klux Klan, was held on May 17, 1966, commencing jat 
approximately 8 p„mo when the meeting was called tp oy.de;^ ]^y 
the' Exalted Cyclops, WAYNE DAVIS. 

There were approximately 50 members prese^l? ^t 
this meeting, and some of the members who were idenij;i;f^4<S a-lJ 
the meeting are as follows s 

ROY FRAHKHOUSER, Grand Dragon for PennsylvaR|.^ 

DAVID BATES 

WATOE DAVIS, Exalted Cyclops 

J. R, JOIES, Grand Dragon of North Carolii^;^ 

GEORGE GILLIAM 
WATOE DAYVAULT 
WAYNE SHAVER 
CURTIS FOX 
CHARLES DAYYAULT 
B. A, WIKCOFF 
JOHN STIBEWALT 



NOLAN SAFRIT 
ROBERT HUDSOl 



FRANK ELLINGTON 
NORMAN PENNINGER 



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RONALD MULLIS 
DONALD JOHNSON 



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85- near KaBEapolis^ North Carolinao 

^ . DON STEWART 

ROBERT STIRIWALT 

During the course of tfeis meeting ^ one ne^y ^pi^i^jl)^^ 
was sworn in but his nasne was not a^Bounced at the ijietj^i^^i^^^ 
This individual was a white male 5 approximately 19 ypaipf^ p# 
age, 5*8", approximately 155 pounds , black hair, siftpp'll^ 
complexion p and indicated he resided in the KannapQ^^g jaa^e^^ 

No new candidates were voted on during t\^%^ p^^.t:^nf 
and after the meeting had been in progress lor apprQ3?j|)tr}.^1!?ely' 
20 .minutes, Grand Dragon J^ R, JONES of North Carolj^'ngt )a.jid 
Grand Dragon ROY FRANKHOUSEH of Pennsylvania enter^^ |i|i§ jtiap 
with two other unknown individuals. They announcQ4. 1?|j4y H\^Vf 
visiting the Klavern hall on this particular night a?]^4 \^!^ 
■brought along a film to show the members <> 

Following the arrival, J. R. JONES made a Ibcp^ff 
speech commenting on the fact that his wife, SYBLE JQJfjg§,- 
was a candidate for election in the upcoming eleqtfj^qi;^)^ 9,rf^ 
requested that all Klan members eligible to vote- for Jti|.^ 
wife do so and do everything in their power to as^urq t^at 
all Klansmen were registered to vote and did exercji'gi^ V^^%f 
privilege to vote on election dayo 

After these few brief remarks concerning t^i^^ Av^fe*si 

candidacy for election, ROY FRANKHOUSER made a few yf ' ^ '^"" 



FRANKHOUSER stated the Klan organization g^pyi^id ^^ 
helped as much in the North as it was in the South an^ st?tt?<? 

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the North and those residiBg In the South as this W9i|j;^,(j[ <((j?tuiage 

the effectiveness of the liam organization in eithQ3^ \^^^lticf^^ 

FRANKHOUSER stated the Klan had much v/ovH Ifip jjjifi ^3 
it was necessary for as many white persons to be el^t^^'^fif^ 't;p 
public office as possible^ and he stated by '^whites" ' ji^ !(R^^1P^ 
"antir-Negro" and stated he felt the Klan organizati9?:} .js|ii!??ijj[.^ 
push for voter registration and white Klansmen to jcu^n f^y ' 
public office and to support it 100 per cent by Kl9r!i3ifj<^^ 
going to the polls on election day and exercising ihqii^ 
franchise o 

FRANKHOUSER stated he had seen the first 'pro3^ 
burned in the North in 20 years a:t Brid'geton, New ^,f?j^j5^y, apci- 
more such incidents were planned for the future. 

FRANKHOUSER announced the rally would be hpjd jj^p ' 
Bridgeton on Friday nighty May 20 j 1966 ^ and he stal?^)^ 'i^nypni=i 
from North Carolina or any other states in the Sput|i W^^rj^ 
individually and collectively invited to attend* He i^is^t;^^ 
%he Negroes are *^scared stiff" of Klansmen and stat^ ^YfJ\ t^jP 
politicians in Hew Jersey are worried concerning tti^ Jj^jL^f^^g * 
growth. 

FRANKHOUSER stated during his remarks that Iji^ l^^<^, ; 
been extended an invitation ^ which invitation he h£^.d ^pp^pl^^^^ 
for a meeting with the State Attorney General in Peniftpyjy^nta 
to discuss the Klan growth <. 



Following FRANKHOUSER ^s remarks, a movie wMf^h vf^S 
brought to the Klavern hall by JONES was shown to the rp^iii]?^r,g « 

This movie lasted for about an hour and f;i,|ti^^|} 
minutes and was a filmed recording of the incident^ qg^^f^%x^g 
at the San Francisco City Hall several years ago w^pn "stijiji^iit^ 
and other communist sympathizers attempted to disrupt 1^}^^^ 
committee hearings of the House Un-American Activities Qcfjt^X^t^Q 
which was meeting in San Francisco j California « The; fiC^ 
portrayed how the police handled the communist symp^%^%^^^^B 
at this meeting and stressed the fact that Communist PP-ffiy 
leaders had planned and carried out mass demons tr^t iff ]Rp |fj 
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After tfee movie had been shown 5 FRANKHOUSER ^g^?L4 
made a few remarks indicating that all ElansmeB. are i^ f ayor 
of law and order and in cases where demonstrations ar^ 
carried out by Communist Party members or communist ^y^pg.fjbl^^sspx'^ 
a3. was the case in Sae Francisco <, he^ felt the Klan h^4 i- $Qp 
to bring such communists and sympathisers out into th^ Q1S^^ ^^^ ' 
to make the Klan an effective organisation to combat §Wh 
activities o 

Following the remarks of FRAMKHOUSER, the px^3L1;e4 
Cyclops announced a Klan rally woiald be held near Spray, 
North Carolina 9 which location was near the Virginia-nNp^f'Ifl) 
Caafolina line on Sunday 5> May 22^ 18665 ^^id stated this r^Jly 
was being publicised as a Yirg:inia<-North Carolina raljy^ ^n<} ' 
it was expected to draw a considerable number of peopi,e, 

A rally was also announced for Louisburg, Nor-tji 
Carolina;, on Saturday j. May 21 ^ 1966, but the Exaltec^ (C;yc;]^ppi^ 
stated he did not know just where the area for the r^i,iy a^^§ 
to be and did not think many members from the area of ^So^tf'j:^ 
Rowan Unit had planned to attend this particular ralj^y'. 




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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
June 9^ 1966 



UNITED KLMS OF AMERICA^ INCo> 
KNIGHTS OP .THE KU KLUX KLAN 
. (UKA. KKKK) 

A confidential source, who has furnished reliable 
information in the past, advised on the night of June 8, 
1966 <, that ROY *Eo PRANKHOUSER claims to be making .plans for 
a march of 50 persons from 'Valley Porge, Pennsylvania, tb 
Washington, DoGe Nothing final has been arranged as yet; 
however, it is anticipated the group will march sometime 
this weekend o PRANKHOUSER told source that there was then 
a Pennsylvania State Policeman in his home interviewing 
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State Police (PSP), Reading, Pa 
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^ , s return to' Headquarters on June 8, 

1966, he found a note to the effect that ROY Eo PRANKHQUSEB. 
had called for him by name and wanted to talk to him. 



called PRANKHOUSER at the latter «.s home and subsequently 
went there upon invitationo He arrived about 6:00 pom^, 
June 8, 1966, and was immediately ushered upstairs o With 
PRANKHOUSER at the time was another individual, not intro- 
duced, who immediately departed o This man, observed only 
momentarily in poor light, appeared to be about 30 years 
old, "S'S"-?" tall, ^ medium build, balding in fronts he was 
not wearing glasses and no "southern accent was noted o 
REGINA KUPISZEWSKI was also present. No one else was observed o 

Upsta irs. PRANKHOUSER had maps on a table.o He told 
Sergeant I that he is planning a march to Washington, Do Co, 
for Priday or Saturday, June 10 or 11, I966, provided ROBERT 
SHELTON approves . PRANKHOUSER said he had called SHELTON on 
June 8, 1966, reaching him on Channel 9 of the radio telephone 
in SHELTON 's car^ as SHELTON was en route to the Congressional 
Hotel in Washington, Do Co PRANKHOUSER said SHELTON must be 
in Washington on Monday, June 13^ 1966, as his trial is 
scheduled to start onieSJ^^^^aS-^^^^^dnestiayT*^ l4 or 15^ I9660 



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PRANKHOUSER said he told SHELTON of his plans for 
a march but SHELTON would not decide, prior to a discussion 
with his attorney, (first name unknown) CHALMERS, whom' .he 
was to see on June 8, 1966, and spend that evening with.. 

PRANKHGliSER said if SHELTON approves, seven men 
will march either .from Valley Porge Park, Pa., or Gettysburg, 
Pa., to Washington, D.G, They will start at' 9:00 a.m., 
Priday or Saturday of this week, if possible, otherwise next 
weekend, . The marchers will consist of one minister, probably 
from the,. South.; and six Klansmen, all Grand Dragons in the 
UKA, KKKK, but the identities of these men have not as yet 
been decided upon. 



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Three possibilities exist, dependent upon SHELTON' s 



1) The group will march as Klansmen, in which 
event they will wear Klan robes at the start 
to be photographed and then change to business 
suits. 

2) If SHELTON feels a Klan march would prejudice 
his trial, they may march as private individuals, 
possibly under the name White Citizens March 

for Preedom from Integration. 

3) The entire plan may be "scrubbed." 

PRANKHOUSER claimed the number seven has significance 
since there are plans presently in existence by "the opposition" 
to kill seven racists. He claimed those so marked for death are 
GEORGE LINCOLN ROCKWELL, PRANK ROTELLO, himself. Governor 
WALLACE, ROBERT SHELTON, (first name unknown) SCOGGINS, who is 
a Southern Grand Dragon, and one other Klansman. A minister 
must be included among the marchers since JAMES MEREDITH was 
accompanied by a minister when he was shot. 



PRANKHOUSER told Sergeant | |the march would be 

orderly, would cooperate with State ana local police and laws, 

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KNIGHTS QF THE KU KLUX KLAN 

and would march on sidewalks or the shoulder of- the road. They 
would carry no weapons o FRANKHOUSER would personally search 
all seven at the beginning of the march and would be responsible 
for the group in Pennsylvania but would turn command over to" 
the Grand Dragon of Maryland when entering that State o 

No plans have been made for specific overnight stops 
or distances traveled daily o .The group ^ill be accompanied by 
MICHAEL DESMOND and two security guards in DESMOND'S truck, 
which is equipped with a two«way radio o It is anticipated 
they can maintain communication this way with the truck and 
also go ahead to secure motels or other accommodations^ and 
in the case of an emergency they can even sleep therein* 

FRANKHOUSER wants to give the Pennsylvania State 
Police as much notice as" possible, but said he plans to notify 
the Justice Department only 12 hours in advance to embarrass 
themo He pointed out that now the telegraphers* strike 
necessitates sending a personal messenger and notice may be 
considerably less than 12 hours o 

Plans for the route or march are still indefinite o 
If they. leave from Valley Forge they may or may not go through 
the City of Philadelphia c In any event they will go through 
the City of Baltimore, Maryland, and through the district where 
Negroes recently made trouble for the Klano 

FRANKHOUSER said he anticipates there will be trouble, 
in Baltimore and welcomes ito This will be good for their 
cause o The marchers will all be reputable people, screened to. 
be certain they have no criminal records; however, civil rights 
arrests do not count „ FRANKHOUSER claimed he has been arrested 
about 50 times but never convicted 

The marchers will carry .an American flag, a Confederate 
flag, a Klan flag, and the' flag of the State in which they are 
then marching o The other three men will carry placards with 
slogans, but nothing inflammatory. They will not play speeches 
or marches from the sound truck en route o HIANKHOUSER said they 
e:xpect trouble from the Congress on Racial Equality (CORE), 
the Student Non- Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), the 
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 

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the Jewish War Veterans^ and the Jewish-American Legion Posts o 
He stated that probab^ly thrpugh towns other groups will want 
to J6in the marchers; however > this will not be encouraged 
and* in any event, he- will not assume responsibility: for themo 
He said that in Maryland the marchers would undoubtedly be 
joined by a group of segregationists,^, 

FRANKHOUSER expects to hear from SHELTON on June . 
9s 1966s, and will thereupon notify the. PS P of the plans and 
route of march o No rallies or other activities are planned « 
They are presently engrossed primarily in fighting the New 
Jersey injunctionc FRANKHOUSER intends to compel the Justice 
Department to afford his group the same protection that was 
given to JAMES BIEREDITH and is presently being given to MARTIN 
LUTHER KINtf in Mississippi 

A characterization of the UKA^ .KKKK is attached. 



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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - 
, June 9, 1966, 



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UNITED KLANS^-OF -AMERICA^ INCo^ 
KNIGHTS, OP THE.KU' KLUX^KLAN 



Character 
Reference 



Memorandum, dated; June % 1966^ 
at Philadelphia,. Pennsylvania, 
' captipned as above.. 



All sources (except any listed "belpv) vhbse identities 
are conceialed in referenced coTnmuni.cation haye furnished reliable 
info imat ion in the past. 



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"^i^lu *^°^"'^®"* contains neither recommendations nor cohclusionia of the FBI; It is the property 
of the FBI and is loaned to your agency; It and its contents are not to be distributed outside 
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FEDERAL BURS.A.F-'OF INVESTIGATION 

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KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 



A source who has furnished reliable information in 
the past advised on the niglit of June 9^ 196 6 ^ that ROY Eo 
\ FRANKEQUSER is planning a march on Saturday 5, June 11, 1966^ 
from Gettysburg^ Pa^ ^ to Washington^, DoCo He will be accom- 
panied by six other persons 

>^ This same source on June ID^^ .196 6 ^ advised that ROY 

I Eo FRANKHOUSER and a friend were leaving at 11 aomo that date 
'• for 'Newark 5' Delo» to meet MICHAEL DESMOND and drive the route 
. of the proposed Klan march 



,Sgto | g - Pennsylvania State Police, Troop b( 



^ L, Reading, Pa^ ^ advised June 10, 196 6, he had telephoned b7c 
^^ROY Eo FRANKH^USER who had promised to give him full details 
'"of the proposed march to Washington,' DoCo^ and that FRANK« 

" H0.USER had' related as follows s 

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The group will depart from Gettysburg. Battlefield 
5 §30 aomo, Saturday June 11, 1966 « Word has not been received 
from ROBERT SHELDON and ;;FRANKH|^,USER is acting oh his own 
.initiative and will assume full responsibility Subject did 
not identify any of the member's who will accompany him and 
was vague, with the exception of VJILLIAM BOND, Grand ' ^ight 
Hawk from North Carolina, and was vague as to, the actual 
total number of marchers He stated that probably people^., 
from Maryland will accompany him and ma^^ be mounted on hors'e- 
backo In addition to the marchers, MICHAEL DESMOND will 
drive the Klan truck and will « be .accompanied by several 
security guards 

' FRANKHO^USER does not know the exact point from which 
' he will depart, claimed he is not acquainted around Gettysburg « 

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He stated he would advise the Pennsylvania State Police j Gettys- 
burg 4 morning of June 11 g 1966, as to the exact point, of" 
departure FRANKHoU'SER .mentioned that he had wired the Justice ^^ 



Department last night as to his plans*, | 1 advised that at ^,7^ 
midnight June 9, 1966, Philadelphia- Radio station KYW carried 
a taped interview with FRANKH|),USER during .which he told generally 
of the plans for the march, 

A .characterization of the UKA-,, KKKK is- attached. 

This document contains neither recommendations nor' 
conclusions of the FBIo' It? is the property of the; FBI and^is 
loaned to your agency j it and its contents are not to b« dis- 
tributed outside your agencyo 



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TO! DIRECTORj FBI (157-370) 

FROM! SAC J PHILADELPHIA (157-3111) 

SUBJECTS UNITED KLANS OF AMERICA, • 
KNIGHTS OF' THE KU KLUX KLAN 
RM^ KLAN 
Todsbirmingiiain) "' ' ' 



Enclosed for the Bureau are eight copies of a letterheac 
mem6 dated and captioned as above « Three copies each are en- 
closed for Birmingham-a Baltimore, and WFO<, Copies of letter- 
head memo are being furnished to intelligence agencies and 
Secret Service at Philadelphia, to the USAs, EDPa, , andMDPa*, 
and to the National Park Service » Pennsylvania State Police 
are aware of the informationo Gettysburg, Pao , Police Depart- 
ment be ing advised veyba lly. Source utilized in letterhead 



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Westminster, Md., June Jl 
(JP) — Four men wearing Ku 
KluxvKlan outfits, delayed 
while searching 'for a' non-ex- 
istent Mississippi monument, in 
Gettysburg, Pa., traveled only 
12 miles Saturday on their 
march to Washington, D.C. 

The group said they .planned 
to picket the White House in 
protest of James Meredith's 
civil rights march in Mississip- 
pi* ' . * ' ^ 

• **We want the Justice Depart- 
n^ent to give us the same pro- 
tection that it did to Meredith, 
said Roy Frankhouser- of Read- 
ing, Pa.,. /Who identified him- 
self as the grand dragon of the 
Pennsylvania Klan. 

Meredith, a Negro, was shot 
earlier this week as he walked 
along a Mississippi highway, 

Frankhouser said the four 

planned to resume the 90-mile 

march Sunday morning .after 

•spending the qight with friends. 

Walking with Frankhouser 

were Frank W., Rotella, who 

• said he was the king Weegle 'Of 

' the New Jersey KKK, and Wil- 

^Hiam Bond, 26, a native "of 

-, Biloxr, Miss.,, who now lives- m 

: Pennsylvania, The fourth man 

declined -to identify himself. ^ 



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Page 61 

Reading Eagle, 
Reading,, Pa* 

June 12, 1966 

Sundays Morning 



Ed. WALTER So DILLON 

UKA, KiqCK^ 
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OPTtONAL FORM NO, 10 

MAY.1962 EDITION 

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reliable information in the past, .teiephonically furnished: 
the follow ing inf ormation* It was typed, into statement 
form by SA | I on 5/31/66 and was then read an d initialed 
by the informant on 6/3/66. It is maintained in | 



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"•Sunaay> May 29.,' 1'966 



ROY FRANKHGUSER tpldl | tliat there will- 

be a Klan Rally in the YorK, Jr-a., area next weeKerid. 
The details as to time and exact location have not 
been^ settled yet , th^s.e are '.being arranged and the . 
data will be available later. 



FRAMKHOIJSER said that REGINA KUPISZEWSKI was| | 



FRANKHOUSEll claims he 



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has no intention of marrying REGINA, who he referred 
to as a big (profane) pig«" 

On Friday, May. 27, 1986, there Iwas a man- at Frankhouser* s 
home who was not identified. This man was about 30, 
5*10"',- 160 pounds, with reddish hair, and a southern 
accent . 

"FRANKHOUSBR is working on .getting back, the gun which 
DANIEL. BURROS used to' commit suicide -and which has been 
in the possession of the 'Reaiding, Pa., Police since 
that time.;" 



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Brief description of activity or material * - . - 

Minutemen corresDondf>nnft anH in.qtrno .tT nn.q from — ^^. 
Norboxorne, Mo to Mike Desmond, Bel. Minuteman. 



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■ ON MARCH 18, 1^66, MICHAEL DESMOND (CODE NAME: ROBERT PATRIOT') 
WAS CONTACTED BY MAIL BY THE NATIONAL' OFFICE OF THE MINUTE-MEN. 
(A. COPY OF, THE LETTER IS ATTACHED) - ' . '- - 

AS PER THE INSTHUCTIONS DESMOND, WHO IS A KLAN LEADER, CONTACTED 
.ROGER HOFFMAN OF READING, PA., WHO BESIDES BEING A MINUTE-MAN 
•LEADER IS ALSO AKLANSMAN. HOFFMAN SAID THAT DESMOND SHOULD 
GIVE HIM THE MONEY FOR THE BASI.C COURSES OF .INSTRUCTION, AND THAT 
■ WHEN h€ RETURNED FROM NORBORN, MO., HE WOULD GIVE THEM TO DESMOND. 
. • ROY FRANKHOUSER, A MiMlTE-MAN AND KLAN OFFICIAL, SAID- THAT 



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HE WOULD WHEN HE COULD. FRANKHOQSER SHOWED THE MEN. ABOUT 10 NEW 
RIFLES THAT HE HAD RECEIVED I.N. THE PAST WEEK,, THEY WERE MOSTLY - 



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30 CAL. ARMY 0-3'S AND M-V^T 

■ THE MEETING BETWEEN THE MEN' WAS HELD AT FRANKHOUSER ^S' HOME 
IN READING, PA. ON SATURDAY MARCH 1?, 1%6. 



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' The r^l mentioned in the attached informants report is desc ribed as 
, follows: • 

1) A notice to Postmaster or the "Dead Letter" office. = 

2) A return addressed envelope to Biolab Corp»j Norborne^ Mo 

3) A letter to Michael Desmond, dtd 3/lO/66, from"Minutemen*i 

4) A piece of printed matter captionedj,^*:'//hat is the Purpose of 
- * the 'Correspondence Training Program." 

Note: the above items are being placed in' the 1-^'^A section of the 
Minutemen file© 




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OPTIONAU FORM.NO..10 
MAY 1962 EDITION 
GSA GEN.JRE6, NO. 27. 



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RM 



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subject taken about May 1;, 1966 of FEAflKHOlISEB wearing the robes of the ,Grand 
Dragon^ UKA^ICKKKo These snapshots. ( one in color and one black and wMte) 
were taken in the livingrpom of ERAMHSUSER'^ s home^ 133 S* i|.th St*, Reading, 
pa. ■ ' . 

It is noted that on the wall behind subject there is a rack containing 
four weapons. The top one appears to be a pukp Igrpe shotgun. The second re- 
sembles a Mauser, German military rifle* and the third seems to be a Russian 
Tokarev. Details of the fourth weapon are not clear, although it appears- to 
possibly be of Japanese make and may be a semi-autonatic vreapon. 

ERAlKHOUSm is KNOM TO POSSi^S NUMEEOUS TiVEAPONS> HE SHOUID EE 
GONSIDEKED ARFJBD AND EXTREMELY DANGEROUS . 



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had been trying for several days to call DiSMOMD^ but had not 



gotten any answer J DESMOM) .claims that he has been spending a lot of time -^.^ ' 
in Virginia. , DEaMi^TO told that there v/ill not be -any Klan Rally b7D 



or other activityyjSy in York^ Pa.^ or that area, this coming weekend^ although. 
'a~rRally" is 'still' planhed'Tor^thatTar^a^in'tTi^ 
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Kian leadership schooic, WllralngLonj Del.., 
Lord De La Warr Hotel, 3/11,12., 13/66. 



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Pate(s) of activity 



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-Columbia (Ki^GISTERED MAIL 
-Atlanta (REGISTERED MAIL) 
-Newark '( REGISTERED) MAIL} 
-Albany (REGISTERED MAIL) 
-Buffalo (REGISTERED MAIL) 
„ -New York (REGISTERED MAIL) 
3,,-New Haven (REGISTERED MAIL) 
^i3^ Philadelphia (REGISTERED MAIL) 
■^2-^ Pittsburgh (REGISTERED ^UlIL) 
2 - Charlotte (REGISTERED MAIL) 
1 - Birmingham) REGISTERED MAIL) 

157-875 UKA 
■ ■ 157-1204' UNIT #1 (Wilm) 
157-1203 UNIT ifS. (Milford) 
157-1205 UNIT #3 (Newark, Del) 
157-1206 QNIT #4 (New Castle) 
157-1217 Cecil County, Md. 
157-1202 Salisbury-. Md. 
157-DEAD 
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157-69 P RANKHQUSER. ROY E. 

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ON FRIDML-SATUREAY.AND SUNDAY,' MARCH 11,12, AND I3TH A 
KLAN LeSsHIP TRAINING SCHOOL V.AS HELD AT THE LORD K 
LA "ware MOTEL JUST SOUTH OF WILMINGTON, DELAWARE ON ROUTE 

13. ■ ■ : 

FRIDAY .NIGHT WAS ,ARRI VAL NlGH"j_EDR MANY OF THE OUT 
OFSTATE PEOPLE WHO WERE IN ATTENLybuE. ROBERT SHELTON 
THE IMPERIAL 'M ZARD OF THE UNITED KLANS OF AMERICA, BOB 
SCOGGIN, THE GRAND DRAGON OF SOUTH CAROLINA, AND CALVIN 
CRAIG THE GEMD DRAG-ON" OF GEORGIA, ARRIVED AT THE MOTEL 
ABOUT lEM S P.M. Th£RE THEY V>ERE MET BY A DELAWARE 



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TFtlClV MIKE DESMOND, AND THE GRAND DRAGON OF PENNSYLVANIA, 
ROY FRANKHOUSER. 

■ FRANKHOUSER ANDnBESMOND ASK SHELTON .TO COME INTO THE 
BEDROOM OF THESUITE TO" DISCUSS THE FUTURE OF PENNSYLVANIA, 
AND PARTlCULAkY ABOUT THE PLANNED TRIP OF FRANKHOUSER TO 
EUROPE WITHIN THE NEXT FEV.' WEEKS. . SHELTON SAID THAT. HE 
HAD BEEN THINKING OF^HE TRIP AMD HAD DECIDED TO HAVE 
MIKE DESMOND WORK ONLY IN PENNSYLVANIA TO ORGANIZE THE 
STATE. F£ ALSO WANTED DESMOND TO HELP NE\> JERSEY, DELAWARE, 
NEW YORK 3NNETJ^CUJ,^N^^ 

RALLIES.4' DESMOND SAID THAT FRANKHOUSER HAD TURNED ALL OF. 
THE STATE RECORDS FOR PENNSYLVANIA OVER' TO HIM ABOUT TWO 
WEEKS BEFORE AND THAT TFE PEOPLE- WERE READY TO BEGIN 
WORKING AS UNITS, IN THEIR LOCAL AREAS INSTEAD OP HAVING 
EVERYTHING DONE BY THE STATE' OFFICE. SHELTON SAID THAT; ' 
HE WOU.LD. BE IN- THE NORTH TOHEiP DESMOf^iD -AND ThE OTHER 
STATES MOST OF' THE . SUMMER', BUT- IN' THE., MEANTIME -.TO PLAN 
RAI I IFS AND GET THE' PEO PLE ORGANIZED \'\m THE; UN ITS. 



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ALL OF THE MEN LEFT THE MOTEL AT ABOUT 12 ivllDfilGHT TO RETURN 
TO THIER HOMES TO SLEEP EXCEPT THE ivSEN WHO' STAYED IN THE MOTEL 
FOR THE N1.GHT. - •- ' ". • " ' 

■ AT ABOUT EIGHT A.M. DESMOND RETURNED TO THE MOTEL TO SHELTON'S 
ROOM- TO START PREPARING FOR THE SCHOOL CLASSES TO BE HELD THAT ' 
DAY.. SHORTLY AFTER HE ARRIVED, VERNON NE I MASTER THE GRAND 
DRAGON OF MARYLAND AND A NUMBER OF MARYLAND PEOPLE ARRIVED, 
FOLLOWING THEM CAME A'BOUT TEN DELAWARE PEOPLE WHO WERE TO ATTEND 
THE SCHOOL THAJDAY. SHELTON, FRAnKHOUSER, DESMOND, AND ^^^ 

NEIMASTER DIScWeD THE POSSIBILITY OF EXTENDING TF€ MARYLAND .'""'' 
REALM TO COVER DELAMRE, OR THE POSSIBILITY OF LEA^VINGj 



DEUWARE as a state ORGANIZATION ON IT'S OKN . NO DECESION 
-WAS MADE AT THAT TIME. 

THE SCHOOL BEGAN AT ABOUT 11 A.M. (A LIST OF ATTENDENCE • 
IS ATTACHED) CALVIN CRAIG, THE GRAND DRAGON OF GEORGIA" INSTRUCTED 
JilE "ASSEMBLED MEMBERS^ IN THE PROPER-' WAY TO USE THE KLORAN 



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MEMBERS WERE SWORN IN TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE KLAN ^ AFTER LUNCH 
CRAIG VvENT ON TO TELl MORE ABOUT THE KLORAN Wim. ABOUT 4 P.M. 
THEN ROBERT SHELTON THE IMPERIAL VvlZARD SPOKE TO THE MEMBERS 
•FOR ABOUT 1 1/2 HOURS. HIS TOPIC OF CONVERSATION COVERED: 
RECRUTEMENT OF MEMBERS, SECURITY IN Th€ KLAVERN, COMMIUNISM, . 
AND CATHOLICS r.N' THE KLAN.' 

AFTER DINNER SHELTON SUGESTED THAT THE PEOPLE OF DELAWARE 
UN I TE Wl TH. THE REALM OF MARYLAND- TO. FORM ONE LARGE; REALM; BUT ' 
THE 'people -OF DELAWARE -OBJECTED AND SHELTON 'SETTLED BY APPOINTING 

■ALSO VERNON NEIMASTER AS. A' 

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GREAT TITAN.. BOTH 'WERE TOLD THAT AS SOON -AS THEY HAD TEN UNITS 
IN THIER STATES ThEV WOULD BE ELECTED OR ELECTIONS WOULD BE HELD 
TO ELECT A GRAND DRAGON AND HIS STAFF. AFTER THIS DISCUSSION 
THERE WAS A SHOV/ING OF D.W. GRIFFITH'S "BIRTH OF A NATION" WITH 
.SHELTON NARRATING THE SILENT FILM. I'/HEN THE FILM US OVER AT . 
ABOUT 11 P.M., SHELTON,. CRAIG, SCOGGIN, AND FRANK ROTELLA.ThE 
KING KLEAGLE OF NEW JERSEY PREPARED TO LEAVE. THEY ALONG WITH 



•FRANKHOUSER, 
WENT OVER TO D 



^OND, .AND JIM BREWER A NORTH CAROLINA KLANSVIAN 
lONDS HOUSE FO R A CUP OF COFFEE BEFORE THEY 
STARTED Tl€ DRIVE. THEY LEFT DELAWARE AT ABOUT MIENIGHt. 
DESMOND, FRANKHOUSER, AND" BREWER (WHO USED THE NAME OF GEORGE, 
LINCOLN) RETURNED TO THE ^/iOTE.L TO STAY THE NIGHT AND PREPARE 
FOR ThE NEXT DAY'S CLASSES. 

ON SUNDAY* MORNING TF£ SCHOOL WAS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN AT 
11 A.M. BUT.ATABOUT 10 A.lvl. .DESMOND WAS ARRES.TEp FOR CARRING 
A CONCEALED WmU WEAPON, AS h£ WAS PAYI.NG ThE MOTEL BILL IN 
THE MOtEL OFFICE. BREWER WAS ARRESTED ON THE SAME CHARGE 



HOWARD WESTON OF WILMINGTON MANOR ^RANKHOUSER, JOHN LUDWIGK, 
VERNON NE I MASTER, AND BEN SARTIN 'iJiSm WENT TO THE MAJISTRATE 
TO TRY TO 'ARRANGE BA-IL BUT TH E WERE. NOT SUCCESSFUL. AT Tt€ 
SCHOOL THE ATTENDANCE mmmmm^PmX FELL FROM ABOUT 40 TO 
ABOUT 15 AS.n£ MEN FOUND OUT THAT THEY WERE ARRESTED. AT THE 
EVENING MEAL^ THERE WERE 25 MEN TO EAT. ' 




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read and initialed bv the informant on 
tained in 



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INDEX : 



157-1761 

157-L862 

157-1764 

105-4-15 8 

157-341 

157-1646 



(ROY FRANKHOUSER) 

(UKA, KkKK) 

(UKA. KKKK - PENNSYT.VANTA ) 



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went down to the Klari' Rally held .near Oxford^ Pa.y on 



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Saturiday, ii/23/66 but did not assist in any v/ay in the, conduct thereof ^., nor ' 



in the preparations. He spoke -with^GROVER DESKENS and MIKE DESMOND , DESMOIJD 
v^as "sick" because ojf the miserable weather a nd poor turnouto According to . 



DESHraNB only about # 30 to *in;0~was taken upT:n'tTre~T6nelstro^ 



not 6a3r"( If "he . knew)~howmuch-had been received- through- the- sale of records-or- 



-coffee,'.-^ 



estiinated^th^^ were present, and there were. ' 



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several State Policemen in evidence, - Only, about- 10' of the Klansmen wore* their, 
robes although others" claimed to have them^but did* not put them on because t&e 






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DESMOND told 



for' sites for rallys in that area, and asked 



that he;^ DESMOND, had been up -around Reading I nnkinp- [-, 

if he had any success in i^f^/ 



getting a location. 



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_ 7and"sald-he-w6uld-conta-at--hi-m--af ter^-FRANKHOUS-ER-'ge-ts^ back.- 



-VERNON-NEWASTER-anc 
observed at the Ra lly. 



^-name.d^LYMCjH«.j£hjD_jLs_.a„King 'Kleag le from -Maryland w ere 



There were also two young men -there' from New. York, who asked DESMOND if 






the Klan. was legal in. New York .State* DESMOND said that he thought, it wa;s. illegal. 



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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 



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FROM : 



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DATE: 6/13/66 



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imiTED KLANS OP AMERICA, INC.. 
KNIGHTS- OP THE KU KLUX KLAN 
(UKA^ KKKK) 
EM - KLAN 



On 5/lV66> 



who has furnished 



reliably inf ormation" ih the past,, orally aavised'sA f 

iQi* •^'hA -PAl T ^v.,4 «*^ mi^jj _. J ^ . . L 



-_s ^^ .of the following. This' informatio n was typed 

mtjo statement form on 5/iV66 by SAl L and was 

then read and. in itialed by the- In for m^hh nn ^ ' / y^^ it 
is maintained in| \ z-^/^^' -^^ 



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1 - 157- 

1 - 157- , 

Newark (REGISTEREI) MAIL) 
1 - 157- . . - ^ 
1. - 157- 
Ehiladelphia 



(UK A, KKKK) 



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157-341 
157-1764 
157-186'2 
.05-4158 
157-1778 
157-1761 
157-1790? 
157-1725 
157.-1555 
157-:i56l 

157-1385 
100-9973 
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WHITE TRUCK, BLACK 
BOTTOM, WHITE TOP, 
TEMPORARY DELAWARE 
LICENSE 75-812 



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Ou Friday ©Yoaiag^ 5/lS/66^ Frank Rotolo^ Graiid Dragoa of tko Klaji from Now 
Jorsoy^ was at Roy FraB3ck©us®r'fi placo ia .Eoadijagj, PoaiJiae Fra:tikhousor^|^^from 
? s^^ war© also thoro» Roy had somo oopios of tho Freo ;AH9rica5i 



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which woro boisag fsldod^ Tko copies "war© of tho .sajao issuo of this papor that hafi 
previously "b^on distributed at th© roc©at Klaa sohopl at Wiliaiagtou', DolavrarOo Roy 
is goiag to try t® sail the papors at Klaii raliios for 15 coats a oopy*- Roy called 
Roger to go Klo^g with tho group out of tovm but Rogor said ho vr?:c busy loading 
ajamusiitioii amd could^^t g®o Roy told Rogor if h® didii't go aad doosa^t shovT i^atorost 
in tho Klaia. h^ oas.H ©xpect'eoay financial support^ Lator 1ml ths ovoning Roy said ho was 
sorry ho had tailed this wey t© Rogor^ Roy said ho had ,givea Rogor a 30:06 rifl© with a 
t®l©soopi0 sight jg s©me aHmvmitioa^ aa M-1 rifl© aad that tho so items wore buried ia th© 
hills o 

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and Rotolo thoa drovo with 

Dcr^miugtowA intorckaKg® ©f th© Poaaa* turiipik© whoro they not^ L Fro^ horo oTorypao 

to Newark^ Delaware^* Fs last aaiao is 



proGoodod with 



and Frankfeouser said h©'li1r<3s in 



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Ink Howark^ Dolawara^ thoy woat to Mika Do-smoad's placo at 
Pro seat thor© with Desiaoad was. a naa oallod Radar^ a Captain ia.tho Security Guard nad 
two privates ia th© S©®urity Guards Desi^aoad had tho souad truck ho had bought for HOO^^QO 
Tho truck is a 73hit(g trucks VQQ,^ It has a black bottoBi aad a whito top^ It has toj^orary 
Delaware liceas© 75«81E«^ Fraakhousor ^aid tho truok wa^s b©ugkt ©a 5/9/66 with llOO^OO 
h^ l©aa©d^ |100©00 S®^ Trayibr Ima^d^ and #100^00 f [ had loaaed© 

At ab©ut 9s 00 EM tk© ©atir© group .at Das?noads loft ia the truck for Bridgotojfa^ 
HexT Jormj to bxar^. a ^r®ss© Pr@s®at ia th® tru^k w©r@g 

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Mike Dosmoiaci •., . 

Radar . 

Captaiu aiad two privates in Security Guard * ^ ' ; 

Th© truok kas a radi® ia it ajsd Radar naid it is a citizens band typo radio,. 

Mike DesmoisLd tri©d to talk to sonoono sovoral times but couldnH raise anyon©,. 

Dasmond said tK©y us®' this typo radic&, a lot in tho *south#i, No police calls, woro 

haard 02a th© radi®© ^O^.tho wny to Bridgeton both i'Vankhousor and Dosiaond said 

a sross was t© b@ bursied at Bridgoton-and tUo sito had boon rented for tho b'uraing 

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aM also f©r tk© Kla^ Rally ©f Friday^ 5/20/66 ^ 

guards h©w tkoy w®r<© goiag to protect the group and was told the groo?) was going 
peacefully «? Th^ Giaards had 5 ©oil flashlights a^d one of thoia said this raak©s a 
good w^apon^j, If® firearms wore knovm to be in tho truck or on eixiy of tho persons* 
of thosG in tho truck© 

' On the "5my t© Bridgoton^ Roy Frankhousor said tloat tho NAACP had said the' Klan 
would noTor bura a or©ss i^ Wow Jersey* that tho cross was to be burned- to show the' C| 

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MACP it o©uld IO0 d©n®s that the MAAOP couldnH stop tkeiaij and t© got the juiap on- ^ ^ 
tho HMCP by burning th© cross ahead of the. Klan Rally scheduled for 5/20/66o 

The sit© at Bridg©t©n was located in a fairly flat vfheat field adjacent t© Fern |; : 
Road and off ©f Burlington Read© It is the same sit© to bo used for the Klan Rally i' 
on 5/20/66 s» At the sit@ the xaen in the truck wer© met by S mon^ Two of* thes^ w©r® j 



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about 17 ©r 18 yoars '&£ ag®^ The other taaa was in his fifties ^ ha^ groyish kair^, 

steolsy^ 200 p^xmds^ about S'?'*^, ruddy eomplexieaa The cross was luyissig ia tk®" 

fisld sin.d was soakod with gas andoilo It was aTiaut thirty feet t® about thirty 

fiv® feet hig&o Tim group tfesa erootod th© erosg is, tk© fi©l4s Sk© ©rofss waa to® 

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tall a^4 kiH€ 0f bu@kl@d® Ab®ut 10 f oot was oui; off it bafor© it .was oreotdd# 

Just prior t© tk© ©r®ss boiag ©rectod 8 spoctatora arrivod in a truok and a * 'f-' 
oar^ Baf©ra tk® orass was lit R©t©l® w©iit i^to to*^m to call tho Uaitod Pross, 
Sot©l® ©laim®4 *fe^t k® had previously 3aotifiod tho press about the cross to bo 

bUTHto 

Aftor th® or@Sjs was ©rootod tho 10 individiials who arrived, ia tho souad truck, 
put ^n th©i2? Klam r@ba^a Prankhousor loaned a robo to tho xasca ia his f ifties,:who . 
mot tho group at tto sit©.^ Om® toroh was lighted aad thoaa tho rost lighted their 
torches ©ff this t@r@h5 "inarohed aroxmd th© cross aiid thoa at midmight everyone 
t©sa©4 tfeei^ t©r@k©s i^t© the base ©f th® oross to light it, - It took flane without [: 
a:^ trmbl©^ At ab^ut 128 20 m^ 5/14/66^ the group who carao by truck froxa Newark 
dopartod ©xoopt f@r Rotolo who stayed at the cross sito along with t ho 8 spectators*. 
N® p©lice w©r® pr©samt up to this tiaaoo 

Ojs, tk<§ way back t^'Kowark Mik© Desmoid asked. Prankhouser for a $300«06' loaa. 
to kelp @l©ar th© KlassL debts ^ the Klam having- a debt of |1000«00« 



Ozi the vmj back t® Hewark^ Fraiakkouser told| [ho has Z mea ia 

ia.ter©stod im th© JELaaa* Mike Dessf^iad said he has 6 aea up there and he would likg 

': ^^ I I te l©ai tkom^ that] [should b® able to get one nmr vxm a week.aiad ia* a© 

iiim should fear® a KLay@r^e, Prarnkk^us^r im speaking of the Klam 1^ Raading said he 
w®uld tate 0ar© @f it a^d w®uld als® h@lp [^ 



Fraj^k©us©r said ho wa3ats t® g@ to Fl©rid^,^ith Sa^ Trayl^rjg t@ step i^ th@ - p 
diff©r©at States and 5?ie©t th© GraM Dragoasi t© aak© sp@@ohag at th© vari©\js 
Klavemg amd i^ so deimg raise zaeaey t© help th0 Kl^n ±^ PeBmsylvaaia© Pra^aldaousor 
said if hs> d^^^m't g© t© Pl©ricia i^-itk Srayle^r i3.e will att^a^d tto Eally at B^^idgetoii ' | 

b6 oi4 §/20/68^ I I eayim^ k^ ^©uM tak^ Pramkk0us@r to th© Ral3^-d I I has to 

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^'^ w®rk c^B tk® 20tk ^ad| | i^d5,^at^d h® my g@ to tte .Rally d — 



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l®ft th© .otfejors out ana kiusolf dopartod in his oar. The ptkors- ; 



tk©B. @oati:au©d to RaasliKig ij@. 



DuriiSLg tk© ©vejaiag Freoakkousor montioaod that Mike Dosmond is attending thii 
Us.iv©rsity ©f D^lawar©, [ ' 

Tm Slam Bally isit H©ttingham^ Ponna^. aohodulod for tho wookond of 5/l4^ 15/66, 
has bo®^ @a^0^11®d© Tk©. farj^jsr >7ho eums tho lend t©ld his tenant wh© subleased 



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ADDENDUM 



Copy of this memo placed in PHf^ 
"i who is believed identical with ' 




Copy placed in PHf ile 157-1555, 



believed identical with " 



57-1778, . 
' mentioned herein. 



mentioned herein. 



Copy placed in _EHfilB 157-1862, 



believed identical with 



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Date received 

5/23/66 



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Method of delivery (check appropriate blocks) 

LAJin person CZl by telephone ' I I by mall EZ! orally 



I I recording device ^ I 1 written by Informant 



If orally furnished and reduced to writing by Agent:^ 
Date 



Dictated . 



Transcribed 



.to. 



Authenticated ^/2 '^/66 
by Informant dJ- £1^ 



Brief description of activity or material 



Klah rally at Rising Sun,- Md, 



Date of Report 



5/23/66 



Date(s) of activity 



5/21/66 



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'^^1- PHILADELPHIil (REGIS, MAIL) 



2 - WBWAHK fRTCrrlS. MAIL)' 



(ROY E. PRMIKHOUSER) 



(PRANKaOuSER. -ROYE/) 



CCS 

1 - 157- « 75 (UKA) 

1 - 157-1205 (Unit #3, Newark, Del.) 

1 - 157-1217 (Cecil Co.. Md. ) 

1 - 157-1552 

1 - 157-69 

1 - 157 -DEAD 

1 - 157-1502 

1 - 157-I27il- 

1 - 157-1299 

1 - 157-DEAD 

1- 157-lQ^'^ 

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OPTIONAL FORM NO. 10 

MAY 1962 EDITION 

GSA FPMR (41 CFR) 101-11.6 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 



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FROM : 



SAC (105-4158) 
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subject: 



ROY FRANKHOUSER; 
RM 



- On Q/12/66. 1 |, ■ telephonic ally advised be 

SA | I or -cne roiiowinig.. This information was hic 

typed into statement for, and was then read an d initialed by b7D 
the informant '<on 5/1^/66, It. is maintained in 



'Thiirsday, May 12, 1966 



"a man answering the desc 
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left a message 

contact ROY FRANK- 
the evening of 



ahduf"?! 

^ contacted ROY FRANKHOUSER by phone. 

kirn tjney were folding papers, that on the 



ROY told 

evening of 5/13/66 there was going to be a n important 

Klavem meeting in another town, that I "[ should bring 

his robe and be at ROY's place at 6:30 PM to go to this 

meeting." 



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In Reply, Please Refer to 
File No. 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

Baltimore, Maryland 
June 13, 1966 



RE: MARCH AND MASS DEMONSTRATION 
T;N BALTIMORE,, MARYLAND, 
JUNE 12, 1966: 



On June 12, 1966, the Congress' of Racial Equality 
.vN.s,.^y in association with other oorarnuhity groups,, held a 
mass demonstration at the War Memorial Plaza in front of 
.City Hall., Baltimore, Maryland to protest the shooting of 
JAMES iytEREDITH in Missis'Slppi. Prior to the march, a group 
assembled at Aisquith and Fayette Streets, Baltimore, . 
Maryland* This group started to assemble at ap.pro;H:,imately 
i:15 pm and vjhen a crowd of approximately 280-300 |),ersons 
had assembled>. the group from Fayette and ^isquith Streets, • 
started marching to -the War Memorial Plaza in front .gf City 
Hall, Baltimore* This group was led by LINCOLN 0,.. LfNCH, 
Associate Director of CORE, the peyerend ROBERT T., Ji(EWBOLP, 
JR., ¥ice- Chair tfian of the- Committee Action Commission, 
JIUGENE L.. KING,., President of theBaltimore County League of 
Human .Rights and CLIFTON HENRY, Chairman of the Federation 
of- civil Rights Organizations r 

Awaiting the marchers at the War Memorial piaz^-y. 
was a group of 100 sympathetic pickets led by JOHN W, ¥W^'i} .' 
President of District 2 of the National Alliance- gX ?mt^'" '/ 
and Federal employees ,. This group had matched from th&^'Lofd' 
Baltimore Hotel. The group at the 'Wa.r Memorial Plaza was 
addressed by a number- of speaker^ and at about 3*. 30 pm, the 
gi'pup left the War Memorial Plaza and marched back to Fayette 
and Aisquith Streets where, they dispei?s.ed, 

In addition to the CORE marchers and those rrientibned 
above, it was noted that a 'group .from U-ifOIN also participated 
in the marijh. 



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FBI — PHILADELPHIA 




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RE: MARCH AMD MASS DEMONSTRATION IN BAHDIMQJRE, MARYLAND 

U-JOIN is the Baltimore Committee Action Arm of 
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). SDS was formed by 
a group of 200 students at a meeting in Port Huron, Michigan 
in 1962. It is a militant socialist oriented youth organization 
which has adopted a policy of non-exclusion of subversives. 
The SDS currently claims a membership in excess of 3,000_in 
some 90 chapters throughout the United States. 

■During the march from Aisquith and Fayette 'Streets, 
about eight individuals carrying signs indicating they were 
members of the National States Rights Party (NSRP), Jumped in 
front of the marchers as the. group followed a route down 
Payette Street from Aisquith Street. Police ejected this 
group from the parade in spite of vigorous- protests from 
JOSEPH J. CARROLL, Maryland State Youth Director, NSRP. 

A characterization of the NSRP is appended hereto. 

CARROLL, after being ejected from in front of the 
marchers, asked for a police escort to set up a picket line 
at the City Hall across from the War Memorial Plaza and this 
police escort was afforded to the NSRP group which set up a 
picket line of approximately 15 persons, .sill but one or two 
of them being teenagers. 

Also ejected from the marching group vms A. ROBERT 
KAUFPMAN, Leader of the Spartacist Group of Baltimore and 
several of his associates. This group was ejected at the ^^ 
request of CORE leaders. At the time he was ejected, KAUFFMAN ^^^ 



heatedly argued -with Inspector I |, KAUFFMAN was not put 

all 



under arrest, but he was detaihSd C>y several policemen. 

A characterization of the Revolutionary Committee 
of the Fourth International, also jknown as the Spartacist 
Group, is appended hereto, 

The Baltimore Sun Newspaper, June 13, 1966, reported 
that JAMES MOTT, another Spartacist member who was ejected 
from the parade, carried a sign saying, "Organized armed self- 
defense against racist terror" . 



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RE: JMRCH AND MASS DEMONSTRATION IN BALTIMORE. MARYLAM) 

During the demonstration at the War Memorial Plaza, 
ROBERT ROEuSTO, self-styled president of the Catholic Anti- 
Communist Committee, walked down the pavement alongside and 
using a rolled up sign as a makeshift megaphone, shouted 
insults and otecanitiffiat the people attending the demonstration. 
Several young Negroes invited ROBuSTO to come down closer so 
they could hear him; however, two policemen kept ROBuSTO 
moving along the sidewalk. 



Captain r l» Central District, 



Baltimore Police Department, ordered KokUSTO to leave the 
immediate area of the park. jEQH^TO was arrested when he 
replied profanely to Captain 



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ROBUSTO was charged with violating a park ordinance that 
prohibits everything from picketing to dramatic performances 
in city parks without a permit. 



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JTO had reauested a .lury trial" 



that ROBUSTO had requested a Jury trial and. was released on b7c 
his own recognizance. 

ROY E. FRANKI-IOUSER, Grand Dragon of the United (( 
Kians .of America, Inc., Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (UKA) of ^ 
Pennsylvania and' "FRANK ROTELLO, Grand Dragon of the UKA of 
New Jersey and three other individuals all dressed in Klan 
??obes, appeared on the sidewalk across from the War Memorial 
Plaza and stood there until approximately 4:00 pm. These 
individuals did no picketing, hut as reported by the Baltimore 
Sun Newspaper, "merely stood there and frowned". 

A characterization of the UKA is appended hereto. 

Prior to and during the deinonstration, "VERNON 
NAIMASTER and approximately 10 to 12 other members of the 
UKA of Maryland, were seen mingling with the crowd; however, 
these individuals engaged in no picketing or demonstration 
activity and did not wear Klan robes. NAIMASTER was seen_ be 
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had received information from a local -Klan member that the 
Mai-yland Klan did not intend to support ERANKKqUSER and his 
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RICHARD BERRY NORTON who has been a longtime member 
of the NSRP and who was present In the crowd, watching the 
demonstration, advised a Special Agent of the FBI that during 
the demonstration, two of the tires on his Volkswagen bus had 
been slashed. He also reported this matter to the Baltim:ore. 
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NATIONAL STAa?ES RIGHTS PARTY (NSRP) 

On November 26, 1957> a source advised that the . 
United -White Party (UWP) was' organized at a convention 
held in Khoxville, Tennessee, on November 10, 1957. , 
An article in the November 2.6, 1957. issue of the Greenville 
Piedmont," a newspaper of Greenville, South Carolina,^ 
reported "the recent formation of a nev/ political paroy, 
to be Imown as the United White Party." According' to^the^ 
article, the party was formed at a recently held meeting in 
Knoxville, Tennessee, at which many .Klansraen were 
■represented. The UWP was reported as being opposed 
to all "race mixing organizations and individuals.- 

The July, 1958, issue of "The Thunderbolt," 
self -described as the "official Racial Nationalist 
Organ of the National States Rights Party" (NSRP). reported 
that rank and file "States Righters" had merged with the .^ 
UWP under "the banner of the National States Rights Party, 
with national offices at Post Office Box 261, Jeffersonville, 
Indiana. 

In November, 1958, a source advised that the 
NSRP is composed of past members of Klan-type organizations 
and notorious cnti-Semites. 

Issue Number 19, dated June, I96O, "The 
Thunderbolt," announced the address of the headquarters 
of the NSRP had been changed from Jeffersonville, Indiana 
to Post Office Box 783, Birmingham, Alabama. 

Issue Number 54, dated November, 1963, reflects 
the mailing address of the NSRP is still Post Office Box 
■783, Birmingham, Alabama. 

On September 21, 1964, a source advised that 
EDWARD R. FIEUDS, the Information Director of the NSRP and 
Editor of "The Thunderbolt," is the individual who 
"runs the NSRP," 

"The Thunderbolt" continues to publish articles 
attacking Negroes and persons of the Jewish faith. 



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REVOLUTIONARY COMI^ilTTEE OF THE 
FOURTH INTERNATIONAL 

A source advised on SeiDtember 9, 1964, that the 
Revolutionary Committee of the Fourth International (RCFI) 
was also known as the Spartacist Committee and the Spax'tacist 
Group, This source described the RCFI as being composed of 
former members of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) who had 
split from the SWP and who were led by JAI1ES ROBERTSON. This 
source stated that this political unit has its main center in 
New York City, where it publishes "Spartacist" on a very 
irregular basis, but their formal meetings are held at least 
^^S? a week. 

A second source advised on March 4, 1964, that FARRELL 
DOBBS, National Secretary of the SWP, sent a letter to all 
SWP branches in Febr'uary, 1964, in which he advised that the 
expelled leader of a minority faction of the SWP, JATffiS ROBERTSON, 
announced on February 10, 1964, that his faction would oublicly 
criticize the SWP and had followed this with a public orsan 
called "Spartacist" in which they attacked the SWP. 

The July-August, 1964, issue of "Spartacist" in its 
masthead describes this publication as follows: "... published 
bi-monthly by supporters of the Revolutionary Tendency expelled 
from the Socialist Workers Party." This masthead sets forth 
that the editor of the publication is JAMES ROBERTSON, and its 
main address is Post Office Box 1377, General Post Office, Mew 
York, New York. 

Tiie SWP has been designated pursuant to Executive 
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TO: DIRECTOR, FBI 

PROM: SAC^ BALTIMORE (iSfT-NEW) 

SUBJECT: MARCH AND MASS DEMONSTRATION IN 
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND^ 6/l.?/66 
RACIAL MATTER 



Re Baltimore letterhead mempranaum dated 6/9/66,. 
captioned as above and Baltimore telet^ype to the Bureau ^nd 
¥P'0 dated 6/12/66. 

Enclosed' herewith for the Bureau are eight copies 
of .a letterhead memorandum dated and captioned as above. 
Two copies of this LHI4 are being furnished to Philadelphia, 
Newark and WEO for their information. Copies of the -LHM are- 
also being furnished locally to Secret Service, 109th INTC-GP, 
NISO, OSi, and USA. 



.quriervisor 



Portions of this demo nstration were observed by 

1 and S As ROBERT C. NORTON, 
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FROM: SAC,. SPRINGFIELD (105-2T71) - RUC - 

SUBJECT: ROY E. FRANKHOUSER., aka;, 
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Investigation at Lin&oln^ Illinois., bii 5/10/66 
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_| :^s a student at Lincbibn Community High School 

and requested ihf prmatipn from FMNEHOUSER for the 
purpose of writing a class paper on the Ku Klux klan, 

No further iiives-tigation is being conducted . 
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
June 17 5 19 66 



-UNITED KLANS OF AMERICA 
KNIGHTS .OF THE.KU KLUX KLAN 



A confidential source who has furnished reliable 
information in the past advised on the evenin;^ of June i6, 
19669 that ROY t, FRANKHOUS'ERj Reading, Pa^ , self-procla:imedd 
Grand Dragon of the United Klans of America, Kpl.fyhtf^ -of the Ku 
Kiux Kl ans JAMES STREET BREWER;\ Klansman; and 



\ the latter a Greensboro, NoCo, Klansman pres^efttly 

staying with FRANKHOUSER, were leaving Reading, Pao, about 
8 pem(>.Vthis^^'dat!eo FRANKHOUSER advised that the trip v;as^^.g6ing 
in his-Vatixhall sedan via" Interstate Route 81 to Roanbke^j Vao , 
t'9 attend aKlah. rally and a cross-burning on the night -of 
June ly-i^' FRANKHOUSER stated the rally would be held atvthe: 
Bookef^'^To "Washington Memorial^ Burnt Cabins, Roanoke^ '-Viio 
FI^ANKHOUSER^^-was' taking a' 6 30 -caliber M-1 Army Carb^):ie"^' along V 



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Police^", ^;Reading9 Pao , aovisea oh December 9, 1965, that^a check 
of Bureau of Motor Vehicles ^records at the State Capital.-,"^''' 
reflected that ROY FRANKHOUSER, JR^^^^did not have a/driver^s. 
licens e 'or a motor vehicle titled in ;his nameo Sergeant.*; 

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Wagon, -^VIN FW 239 783 titled to him, and Pfe;\nsylvania. License v 

03206"P-is issued for this vehicleo : .1^ ■- '- 

I , ,"' A. second source who has^ also, furnished reliable., 
information in the past advised on the evening of June : 16,, 1966, 
that REGINA KOPISZEWSKI reported about 9 p^mo th^t ROY E* : 
FRANKHOUSER' and. JAMES BREWER" (who she referred to as. GlQRGfe 
LINCOLN) '.had left a short time ago and were not expected back 
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On the morning of "June 



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UNITED KLANS OF AMERICA 
KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 



one hour later. Miss KOPISZEW.SKI said that they were going 
to Alabama with stops enroute, and she did no t know when they 
would returns KOPISZEWSKI made no mention of | "L 

either as accompanying FRANKHO.USER and BREWER,,, or; as remaining 
behind., '■ — ' * " '-• ••_- " "■^': -" ' ' ^/ - 

The first source advised June 17, 196.6, that on the 
evening of June 17, REGINA KOPJSZEWSKI, FRANKHOUSER»s girl' 
fi^iend,. said that. FRANK^OUSER had just left for Philadelphiao 
She claimed that the men had- car trouble and had ^returned home 
about 3 aomo that date, not gbing to Virginia as "previously ' 
planned a 

The second source advised on the evening of June 17, 
tl>afRE6INA KOPISZEWSKI told him that ROY FRANKHOUSER and 
JAMES BREWER had left .after supper and she did not know when 
t^ey would return« She later told this source that they had 
left about 3 a«m6 'for- Alabama and planned to make stops: eni'oute, 

I A third source who has furnished reliable information 

in the past 9 advised on the evening of June 17 ,1966, that 
RE6IMA K!0PiSZ5WSKI said ROY FRANKHOUSER and J:AMES BREWER had 
left the previous night in BREWER* s station wagon .for travel 
to Maryland and Virginia,, and that she did not expect them^ 
back until late Sunday' night or early Monday .mornings 

A characterization of th^ United Klahs of America, 
Knights of the Ku Klux Klah, is attached a 

This document contains neither recommendations nor 
conclusions, of the FBIo I-t is the. property of the FBl\and,, 
is^ loaned to your* agency^ It and its contents are not to be- 
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TOs DIRECTOR, FBI (157-370) 

FROM? SAC, PHILADELPHIA (157-341) 

SUBJECTS UNITED KLANS OF AMERICA, 

KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 
RM - KLAN 

Re Philadelphia tel to Bureau, 6/16/666 

/Enclosed for the Bureau are eight copies of a 
letterhead memo dated and captioned as above o Three copies 
eijcloied',%ach for Birmingham and Charlotte, eight copies 
for :Rioh|d6hd so that' they may disseminate to appropriate 
ii^teliig^^tlce, agencies 6 Copies of this letterhead memo are 
.-bfeing: furnished to. intelligence agencies and secret service 
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ROY E. FRANKHQUSER, RACIAL MATTERS - KLAN 



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advise -local authorities, military intelligence and secret 
service of frankhouser's plans. to travel to roanoke, virginia. 
b.e certain authorities are aware of frankhouser's background and- 
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FROM: PHiLADBLPHIA 
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RE BIJTEL, ^/17 INSTANT ' " 
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"Friday, June 17 ^ 1966 

!1M about 8 AM this date REGINA KUPISZEWSKI told 

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and BREWER had returned home at about 2 AM this date but left 
again around 3 AM. She said they intended to travel to Alabama, 
but would make some stops enroutei" 




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Agent's Comments ; . 

Appropriate ■ letterhead memo regarding the following information 
has been previously disseminated, to pertinent offices. 



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Rally;' 5/20/66 in Bridget on, N,J* .DESMOND^ referred to tlxLs place as the same one" 



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Md. He said it would be at the same place they held a big rally last year, that- 



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Om the night of May 17, 1966, ROY FRMKHOTUSER, 
Grand Drag<pn of United Klaas of toericia» Inc » , ■ f or ' the 
•l^tate of Pennsylvania, reportedly residing Reading, 
Pennsylvania, arrived at the State Headquarters of Wiiited, 
Klahs of America, Inc., in North Carolina located at 
Granite. Quarry, North Carolina,,- FRANKHOUSER' was brought 
to Granite Quarry by J. R. JONES, Grand Dragon of North 
Carolina, It was reported that FRANKHOUSER had spent, the 
past two or three days with BOB KORNEGAY, Grand '.Dragon of 



On May .18, 1966, BOB SCOGGINS, Grand Dragon of 
United Klans of America, Inc., for the 'State of .South Carolina j 
an uhideh.tif led individual described as white inale, age- 35, 
5* 8", 17'5-180 pounds, brown hair, from Gaffney,- South. Carolina,, 
who appe ared in -Washington, D, C., before the HCUA hearings;' 
and I I CLast Name Unknown), de scribed as white male , age '3 0. 
5 ° 11" « 275 . pounds .. sandy hair, I L driv ing a l I 



J bearing SoMth Carolisxa Li&©Bsse | |y came by ttoe 



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State Headqiiarteirs aad picked ^ap ROY FRAMHOUSEEj,, Grasad' 
Dragoa of Pensa^yi^aHiiao - This group, proceeded on May IB^ 1966$ 
to the State of Connecticut ^ reportedly to establish one or 
more Klaverns in that s.tate^ and then they were to proceed 
to Bridgetonj, New Jersey p where a public rally- 'of United 
Klsfens of ^erica^ InCo^ was to be held on the week 'end of 
,May 20 y 19S6» The group reportedly traveled in SCOGGINS'^'"^ " 
v<^hiclej which reportedly is a/ 1962 Plymouth Station Wagon c 

Subsequently,' on May 18 , 1966 ,, S1fBLE,,J0HES, wife 
of Grand ICJragon J* R. 'JONES 9- advised that the public rally 
at BridgetoBj, New Jers^ey^p had heen cancelled- inasmuch as an 
injunction had been obtained* She stated that J« Rj 
did not intend to at tend • ' 



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5/28/66 



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Brief description of activity or material ' ' " - 

Contact with N.J. St. Pol. \}^ Mike DesiDmn<a 

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Pa King Kleagle and Bob Scoggin, GD o| South 
Q prolina, M^Tl ro B±ldgfet)on, NJ rally of 5/2 0/i 



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i}. - COLUMBIA (REGIS. MAIL) 
(INFO) UKA. 
.(•R.E. SCOGGIN) 



2 - NEWARK (REGIS. 



27- PHILADELPHIA (REGIS. MAIL) 
(INFO) UKA 

(PDV Til.. FRATJTCTTOTTSEB.,1 



MAIL) -(INFO)- 



1 ■- DALLAS (REGIS. MAIL) (INFO). 

1 - JACKSON¥ILLE (REGIS. MAIL) (INFO) 

BALTIMORE'; 

IBI-^IS TUKA) ^ :... 

1^7-121? (CECIL CO.. MP,) 
1^7-1026 r I . 

157-69 (ROY E. FRANKHOUSER) 
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^; . ON FRIDAY MAY 20, i%6' THE GRAND DRAGON OF SOI^TH CAROLINA, 
R.E. SCOGGIN,- THE KING KLEAGLE OF PENNSYLVANIA, M IKE DESMOND, . AND, 



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TWO KLANSMEN FROM. SOUTH CAROL INA^ | |, A COUNTY KLEAGLE, 

AND I I , A LOCAL UNIT SECRETARY, WENT TO THE- STATE OF 

NEW JERSEY TO' RECEIVE COPIES OF A TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER "THAT 
HAD BEEN ISSUEB AGAINST THE KLAN. THE MEN WERE MET AT THE BASE OF 
THE DELAWARE MEMORIAL BRIDGE BY TWO STATE TROOPERS WHO INSTRUCTED . 
THE UEH TO WAIT FOR THEIR SUPERIORS TO ARRIVE. AFTER ABOUT 15 MIN. 
THREE CAR LOADS OF PLAINCLOTHESMEN ARRIVED AND AT- THIS TIME (2:45 P.fvl.) 
TWO OF THE PLAINCLOTHESMEN INTRODUCED THEMSELVES AS | | AnD | | 

AND ASK THE KLANSMEN TO GOME TO BRIDGTON WITH THEM TO THE MOB-ILE 
HEADQUARTERS. AFTER A SHORT DELAY OVER A LICENSE TAG ON THE CAR- 



OWENED BY , THE MEN DEPARTED FOR BRIDGE TON. 



ON THE ROAD TO BRIDGE TON THE MEN NOTICED ABOUT 20 TO 25 PATROL 
CARS, AND UPON ARRIVING AT THE MOBILE HEADQUARTERS THEY SAW A LARGE 
NUMBER OF NATIONAL GUARD AND S.TATE POLICE., THEY WERE INFORMED THAT 
THERE WERE 450 POLieE AND 450 NAT I ONAL- GUARD. THEY WERE LED INTO 
A GRADE SCHOOL THAT HAD BEEN TAKEN OVER BY- THE TROOPS AND. POLICE, - 
AND WERE INTRODUCED TO .THREE .HIGH STATE POLICE OFFICIALS, WHO WANTED. 
TO KNOW WHETHER THERE WAS GOING TO- BE AN ATTEMPT TO HOLD A RALLY IN 
VIOLATION OF THE RESTRAINING ORDER.. SCOGGlN SAID THAT THERE WOULD. 

- NOT BE ANY RALLY WHILE THE OREER WAS-- IN EFFECT BUT THAT IT WOULD BE 
FOUGHT IN COURT. THE POLICE. ASK SCOGGlN WHY THIS HAD NOT BEEN- ANNOUNCED 
TO THE P0L.ICE'AND THE PRESS SO THERE WOULD NAVE BEEN NO- NEED' FOR AS 
MANY OFTHE.TRQOPERS AS THERE' WAS? .-SCOGGlN .SAID -THAT ROTELLA SHOULD . 

■.-•HAVE ANNOUNCED THE CANCELATION' OF THE .RALLY AS SOON AS THE RESTRAINING . 
ORDER WAS ISSUEDAND THAT HE HADBEEN TOLD' TO MAKE THAT ANNOUNCEMENT. , 
THE STATE POLICE THEN ASK" DESMOND AN-D- SGOGGi N IF THEY WOULD MAKE ' ■ 

- A STATEMENT TO- THE" PRESS THAT THE RALLY -WAS. CALLED' OFF":, THFY A^REEDb 

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TO^DO THIS AND MADjiS"HE ANNOUNCEMENT IW THE s||)OL AND THEN WENT OUT 
V THE BUILDING TO MAKE THE ANNOUNCEMENT. BEFORE THE TELEVISION CAMERAS. 

WHEN THIS MS DONE THEY LEFT WITH SGOGGIN AND ESMOND RIDING IN / • 
A STATE POLICE CAR WITH TWO MEN^WHO WERE IN CHARGE OF INVI.STIGATI NG THE 
• KLAN FOR THE STATE POLICE. 'THE MEN TALKED .ABOUT HOW ROTELLA WAS ■ 
UN-COOPERA.TIVE WITH THE POLICE AND HOW IT'WAS A PLEASURE TO DEAL WITH 
DESMOND AND SCOGGIN. THEY ASK THAT IN THE FUTURE IF POSSIBLE, TO BE - ■ 
ABLE TO CONTACTTHEM INSTHAD OF ROTELLA ABOUT ANY FUTURE RALLIES.. ■ 
SCOGGIN SAID' THAT IT PROBABLY. WOULD BE IMPRACTICAL TO CONTACT HIM BUT 
THAT DESMOND WOlilLD BE AN EXCELLENT CONTACT SINCE HE WOULD BE MONITORING 
ROTELLA'S actions and ASSISTING ROTELLA IN. ALL PLANNING- IN THE FUTURE. 

WHEN THE KLANSMEN WERE AGAIN. ALONE IN THEIR CAR SCOGGIN TOLD 
DESMOND TO KEEP A CLOSE WATCH DN ROTELLA THAT THERE EVIDENTLY HAD BO 
BE SOME CHANGES MADE BY THE IMPERIAL OFFICE AS A RESULT OF THIS RALLY. 
THEY HEARD A REPORT ON THE RADIO THAT ROTELLA HAD MADE ANOTHER STATEMENT 
THAT HE WOULD ATTEND AND SPEAK, ATTACKING THE ATTORNEY 'GENERAL AT 
ANOTHER RALLYSCHEDULED FOR RIS.ING SUN, MD. THE NEXT NIGHT. SCOGGIN ■• 
TOLD DESMOND THAT HE WANTED TO CONTACT THE IMPERIAL WIZARD IMMEDIATELY 
WHEN THE ARRIVED AT DESMOND'S HOUSE. 

AFTER TALKING TO THE IMPERIAL WIZARD,. SCOGGIN TOLD DESMOND Thf^ T 
HE WAS IN CHARGE OF ALL OF THE NORTHERN STATES AS FAR AS THE IMPERIAL 
WIZARD WAS CONCERNED AND SHOULD KEEP SHELTON INFORMED AS TO WHAT WAS 
GO.INGON. HE SAID THAT FRANKHOUSER WAS GOING TO HAVE TO BE RELIEVED 
OF HIS POST OR- INFORMED THAT HE DID NOT HAVE THE POWER OF A GRAND 
DRA'GON, EVEN" THOUGH HE HELD THE TITLE. HE SAID THAT ROTELLA 'WOULD 



ALSO BE KE^db™ REPLACED OR TIGHTLY CON -mOLED, -AND THAT SARTIN AND 
OTHER lELAv/ARE KLAN LEADERS WERE BO BE BANISHED FROM THE- ORGAN IZATIDN. 'j 
IL HE SAIDTHAT-HE'-WAS GOING TO , STAY OVER FOR- THE RISING SUN RALLY .BECAUSE 
SHElTON had told HIMTO BUT ABOUT 3 A^m: HE .RE fjFIVFD A " pALL FROM S.C. 



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WHICH UPSET HIM AND HE SAID THAT HE MUST LEAVE IMMEDIATELY FOR HOME. . 
DESMOND ASK WHAT WAS WRONG BUT HE ONLY SAID THAT "THERE WAS TROUBLE 
IN TEXAS, THERE'S TROUBLE IN FLORIDA, THERE'S TROUBLE IN DELAWARE, AND 
NOW THERE'S TROUBLE IN SOUTH CAROLINA". . HE DID NOT GO ON TO EXPLAIN 
WHAT HE MEANT BUT LEFT IMMEDIATELY SAYING THAT IT WAS IMPORTANT THAT ' 
HE GET BACK IMMEDIATELY. ' 



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thoro will bG a ISCa Ealljr and Croso-'Bm'fttno at iTor'k* 
Ba,i tjiis v/oolcend. FEiillKIiOlTSER said that ooiact iooa- b7c 
tlqn and titno have not yet been determined yet , He 
said that lie ic coinc; to Xorlc on Friday. 6/1 Q/66 to " 
finalise tlao plans and iastruetod I I to maot 

him in Reading J^iday raornlnjs as thoy have a lot of 
TTorl: to cio. 

"FHi\I}KHOtJSaH said that MiCilAEIf DBSIIOIJD has been in 
ViPfiinia a lot of the time# he 1& malcin^ Trii>ney for . • ' 

the I0an hy renting out. hie sound truck; amd also 
selling rcc-prds and literature. Aoaording t-p^ be 

FMmcHOnsER. DESMOlJP Wi ll not be abie %o attend the b7c. 
ToriE RaiXy. I ~] attempted to contact DESMOIJD 

at Hevjarlcj Doiaware afuorx/ardSj an operator reported 
that his hoae talephtsno had been temporarily disconnQctcd. 

"FRMHCaOWSlSH aias £aid that sm SRAYItOR ie in Florida - 
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MAY 19«3 EDITION 
OSA GEN. BEO. NO. 27 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 



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DATE: 6/24/66 



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On 6/3/66, 



who has furnished reliable 



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of the following. This information waa typea on o/jJ/dd into 
statement form, 'and was then rea d and initialed | ^v the informant 
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Friday, June 3, I966 
nor MICHAEL DESMOND have 



"Neither 

heard from, .or been able to contact } f the 

Security Guard for the past week or so, ever since 
the Kl&n Rally at Nottingham, They are at a loss 
to know if he has been frightened off or what has 
happened , 

"MICHAEX. DSSMOM) has been spending a lot of time . 
in Virginia lately, but has not said exactly What 
he is doing there. There has not been anything 
said about-.. plans for the future, and there, is no 
current activity. 



, _ _ - has made repeated attQnpts to reach 
PRANKHOUSER on the phone,, but either he is away 
or he is not answering, in any event he has not been 
around either, SAM TRAYLOR has. not called, and all in 
all, there is nothing doing in the way of plans or 
activities , 

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]was one of the persons present from 



the Reading area who was at the Klan School at which 
two men were arrested for car rying weapons ;? and there 
is a possibility that ] [ furnished the Delaware, 
State Police with the information resulting in these 
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KllieiiTg OF i?HE K0 KtdX 

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HOUSER* ERANKHOUSER claimed that it was a great success* It,Tffas termnated 



short of its goal at the instruction of ROBERT SHELTON due to SHELTON'-s im- 



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came to him and offered km sites for rallys, ThlsJbjL iiook place in Eaiyland, 
and it is anticipated that a series -of iOan rallys and Cross-burnings will be 
held in that state in the future. - '" 

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"h as a stack of papers' to straighten out"> FRANKHOUSER has adopted a new .policy. 
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summon his meri^ hy telephone and have them assembled in a very short time* Only 



when they^are all together and starting out will he inform them of their dg^stin . 



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inf drma;tion to SaI J t his ittf ox*ination was 



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telephone on the evening: of 6/1W66* RE0INA 
KUPlSZSH SKI ansi^e red the telephone at ROY^s hous> 



and told [ Ithat FSANKHOUSEPv wa^ not there* 

She e:?£plained that after she had fixed supper SlOT and 
GEORGE LINCOLN had. lef t.^ arid ^he did not know Mhen 
irhey i^ould rettxruE^ but dertaisaiy they wotild noi: be . 
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

Philadelphia, "' Pennsylvania 
June 27,/ 1966 



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UNITED KLANS OP AMERICA • ' 
KNIGHTS OF irm. KU KLUX KLAN 



A source, who has furnished reliable info3:;»ma-- 
tion in the past,' advised on June- 25, 1966, that ROY e;"- 
MiAWKHOUSER, ' Grand Dragon of the United Elans of America, 
Knights of -the Ku Klux Klan for Pennsylvania, was calling 
off the-klan meetihi: previously scheduled for FRANKHOUSER' s 
home at.Reading> Pa. /-on Sunday, June 26, 1966., PRANKHOUSER 
said that- he .arid other 'fclahsmen intended to sneak into 
Bridge ton, .NiJo^ on Sunday, June -26, 1906, inspite of the 
New Jersey state injunction against them and disrupt a .■ 
National Association for the' Advancement of Coldred People 
(NAACP) meeting being held there oh that date. 

■■' A characterization, of the United Klahs of 
America, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, is attached o 



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Transmit the following in 
Vir. AIRTEL 



(Type in plaintext or code) 

REGISTERED MAIL 



(Priority) 






TO; DIRECTOR, FBI (157-370) 

PROM? SAC, PHILADELPHIA ( 157-341) 

SUBJECT.? UNITED KLANS OP AMERICA 

KNIGHTS OP THE, KU KLUX KLANj 

RM ■= KLAN _ 

XU^r^SCMII&HAM ) . 

Enclosed for the Bureau are the original and 10 
copies of LHM dated. and captioned as above. 

Thr6e copies each are enclosed for Baltimore,, 
Birmihgham, and Newark. Copies of the IHW are being furnished 
to intelligence agencies and Secret Service at Philadelphia. 

The Pennsylvania State Police have been advised. 

Source utilized in IB M is 



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Memorandum 



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information in, the past, teieptionically^ advised SA 

as follows. This Information was typed into statement. form by SA^ 
on 6/20/66, and was read and init ialed by informant on 6/23/66. It 
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"Friday, Jime 17, 1966 



tried to reach R0Y 

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"On the evening of 6/17/66 f 

FRANKHOUSER at the lat ter* s honte« . 

the telephone and told | | th 

Riaim said that ROY' and JAMES „BRMER had left last night 

in BREWER' sQ 

and. Virginia. 

Sunday night or early Monday morning. 



kthatt. they were going to Maryland 
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►ESMOND , . but , wlihout success. On his last call, the . operator, 
who had formerly reported DESMOND'S phone as 'temporarily 
disconnected' said that the phone h ad been 'di sconnected.' 
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been .making calls to 'RADAR' and ordering. RADAR to go to 

DESMOND arid tell him. to call FRANKHOUSER at once. However 
DESMOND- Has not returned the call, as instructed." 



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incarceration at the workhouse. 



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ON WENSEAY MARC#6, 1%6 A MEETING WAS HE#AJ THE HOME 
OF MICHAEL DESMOnE THE KINGKLEAGLE OF PFm ^i.SYI v^ rjlA. 
PRESENT AT THE iMEETlNG WERE 
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DESMOND SAID THAT ON SATURDAY HE f-IAD lAKbN Th£ >/v£-APON TO 
THE MOTEL FOR BOB SH^LTON T\€ IMPERIAL l^lZnRD, TO HAVE IN HIS 
ROOM. SHEL7DN, ACCORDING TO DESMOnD, TOLD HIM TO KEEP IT AND 
WEAR IT FOR PROTECTION SINCE HE WAS CARRYING ALL OF THF MOmFY 
FOR THE MpilNG (ABOUT $750 WAS SPENT). DESMOND THEN^t THE 
WEAPON (AWc/t:7rfjT0MATIC) FOR ' THE DURATION OF TFE SCHOOL UNTIL 
HE WAS AR'-ESTED ON SUNDAY MORNING IN THE MOTEL OFFICE. 

DESMOND SAID THAT HE,. HAD BEEN ARRESTED AT ABOUT TEN -OCLOCK 
IN Tl£ MORNING AND TAKEN TO THE STATE POLICE BARRACKS NO. 2 

e' li FROM ThERE' TO TF£ MAJISTRATES. AT THE MAJISTRATE DESMOND AND 
JIM BRE^^ER (FROM NORTH' CAROLINA) WHO HAD BEEN ARRESTED ABOUT 
A HALF-AN HOUR LATER, WERE. HELD IN $5000 BOND. THEY WERE VISITED be 
THERE BY ROY FRAnKHOUSER, THE GRAND DRAGON .OF PA., BEN SARTIM, 
THE GREAT TITAN OF DEL., JOHN LUBv^ICK, THE EXALTED CYCLOPS FOR 
THE NEWARK, DEL. UNIT, AND VERnOn jNlCKS, THE GREAT TITAN FOR EP 
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EmE THE MEN WERE ABLE TO POST BOTT THE STATE POLICE 



BTTO THE PRiSON. . DESMOND KENT. ON TO SAY THAT AT T\£ 



•PRISON THEY TOOK ALL OF THIER mmWim CLOTHING AND POSSESSIONS 
/.FROM THEM AND GAVE. THEM PR I SON -UN I FORMS.. ' THEY WERE NOT -ALLOWED 
..tO'..KEEP:THIER CIGARETTES OR. MATCHES .BUT. A GUARD .SOLD THEM' Ty^.O', : 
.PACKAGES.-- THEY. WERE ASSIGnED'TO THE ISOLATION CELL BLOCK WH ER^ ■ 



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^' meals', when THEY arrived, IjESMOnD. SAID, THAT THEY WERE CO.NF lEEMT^g 
THAT THEY V/OULD BE RELEASED BY THAT EVENING (^UNpAY) WHEN THEY .^70 



FOUND OUT T HFY Wi 




ERE NOT GOING TO (^T OUT THATTWr' THEY ASK TO 



USE A PHONE tlirHAVE SOMEONE CALL FOR. THEM TO GET SOMEONE TO 
POST THE BOND. THIS REQUEST WAS REFUSED. ■ ' 



ON MONDAY DESMOND AND BREWER WERE TAKEN I N THE MORNING TO 
THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT TO HAVE BLDOD TESTS. THEY HAD EATEN 
SUNDAY EVENING BUT DID NOT GO'TO BREAKFAST ON MONDAY BECAUSE OF 
THE THREATS THAT HAD BEEN MADE BY OTHER PRIS O i mFRS .WHO WERE IN 



THF C;FLL BLOCK^_^DESi.'iOND SHOWED THE MEN A KejiSSdKXI^I BRUSE THAT 
HATTBEEN RECEISED ON THE WAY- TO THE MEDICAL. DEPARTMENT, ACCORDING . 
TO HIM \J HAD BEEN ADMINISTERED BY A NEGRO IN BACK OF HIM. lie 

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TOTO) THE T.WCMEN SINCE THE , WORD HAD SPREAD THAT THERE WERE 



TWO KLAnSMEN in THE PRISON, AND THAT HE AND BRElblT WERE SCARED 
TO DEATH. AFTER THE MEDICAL EXAM THEY AGAIN ASK TO HAVE A 
■PHO^E CALL MADE TO. SOMEONE TO ARRANGE BOND BUT TH IS WA S REFUSED, 

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they then were info rmed that they could see the smrmi worker 
And they made requeststto do this, later- they received word . 
that the social worker would see them on thursday. 

on tuesday, the men remained- in their cell the entire . 
day until about 4:30p.m. when word came that a worker from 
a delaware., bonding authority was there to see them.' .he told ".' 
desmono that his. bond could be reduced to nothing and that they 
would hear from him' -in a few days. •• . ' ■ . ; 

:■ , ■ 'dUR-ING this ^PERIOD-, DESMOND :SAID, THA TV BREWER TOID -HIM. ABOUT " . 
THE ORGANIZATION IN -NORTH CAROL W!.:- DESr/iOND-.-SAlD THAT EVEBYTH INGb7c 
WAS CONTROLBD directly; BY "BOB" JQn£S -THE" GRAND mAGOM' OF. .THE . 






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■ STATE. HE SAID THAT' JONES WANTED TO HAVE THE ORGANIZATION 

■ GET A "GOOD NAME" IN THAT STATE AND WANTED NO VIOLENCE. HE 
SAID THAT THERE HAD ONLY BEEN ONE CASE OF A MAN BEING BROUGHT 
TO TRIAL FOR' ANY ACT OF ANY KIND AiMD THAT THE MAN HAD PLEADED 
GUILTY AND THE KLAN HAD THEN HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH HIM. HE 
SAID THAjL-LiJERE WAS A SMALL (4 OR 5) GROUP OF MEN THAT TOOK 
CARE OF ANY- PROBLEMS THAT AROSE THAT REQUIRED ANY PHISTCAL 

. ACTION. ONE OF THESE MEN HAD BEEN MARSHALL R. KORNAGAY BEFORE 

HE BECAME THE GRAND DRAGON OF VIRGINIA. HE SAID THAT THE MEMBERSHIP 
WOULD GROW FANTASTICALLY FOR A FEW WEEKS WHEN A RALLY OR MEETING 



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WAS HELD TO ORGANIZE A UN I T BFTTHEN THE PEOPLE WOULD BECOME 
DISINTERESTED AND ATTENDANCE AT THE MEETINGS WOULD ONLY BE ABOUT 
25^ OF THE MEMBERSHIP. r 

DESMOND SAID THAT ON WEDNESDAY MARCI-" 



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12 NOON THEY WERE NOTIFIED THAT THEY WERE TO BE RELEAS ED ON 
BOND. DESMOND SAID THAT HIS BOND HAD BEEN. REDUCED TO 4^'0 
WHICH WAS PUT UP BY BEN SARTIN. BREWER^S BOND REMAINED AT 
|5,000 WHICH WAS PUT UP BY A BONDING COMPANY. THE MONEY FOR 
THE BONDING COMPANY WAS GJSEN BY A -FRIEND OF HIS FROM ANNAPOLIS, 
MD. NAMED I |(LNU). 



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Gener.al Kl^n Intorvmtlon; Intonation 



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concerning- ^ . Jo rally^ UKA, Inc.KKKK , 
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■Om May 17 > 1966, In resporase t© a telepJi©pe message, 
from J.. R. JOOTS ob tlie night ©f May 16, 1966, a meeting was. . 
held with BOB KOMSO^Y, Virginia Graaid Dragom, Umited Klamis ' 
of, America, ImCo? JAMES HILBtJRM, a©' associate of KORNEGAY^si 
aad one other associate of KORMEGAY's from. Virginia who ■ was 
described as a short, -hwsky boy, perhaps about. '30 years of 
age, who is a cigar smoker « Also . attemding this meeting. were 
BOB HUDGIMS, and North Carolina, ©rand Dragon Jo Ro JOMES. 

■ ' KOEUE^AY suggested to J. R. JOOTS that he and JOS?ES 
go- together and purchase ,a $3500 printing machine which would 
enable them to print Klan literature, but JONES .stated he had 
just purchased an electric mimeograph machine from the Wake 
County Citizens Council for $50. Shortly thereafter, lORNEGAY 
and his group left t® go to KORHEGAY's residence where they 
were going to pack Security Guard uniforms which would be 
delivered to Klansmem in Virginia o 

BOB J0MS and BOB HTOGINS remained at the Ranch Motel. 
Jo.Ro JOMS called his wife, SYBLE JONES, and told her abouf 
purchasing the mimeograph machine and advised her he would be 
home by dinnertime that evening, 

JOMS' telephonically contacted the Klan printer in 
Lexington, North Carolina, and told him t© ship another 5000 
copies of. the leaflets which were g©ing t©, be distributed by 
Klanspeople which were directed against MALCOLM SEAWLL .and 
Governor MN Ko MOORE, JONES gave HUBGINS 5000 of these 
leaflets which were going to be distributed, 

HtTOGSHS and JONES left the Ranch Motel and went to 
the Wake County Citi^em^ Council private school office where 
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Duri2ig. luancfey ROY FMSJKHOUSER, Peonsylvasiia Grand, 
DragoB of United Klasis ,©f America, walked into the King .of the ' 
Sea Restaurant by hiaaself o ERANEHOUSER stated fee was en route 
to. the residence of .BOB KORNEGAY^ Raleigh^ North Carolina, 
that he was riding with a friend of his from Florida and 
that they had come to Raleigh,. North, Carolina,, from Pennsylvania 
and were passing the King, of the Sea Restaurant when they 
observed Jo Ro JONES' car in the parking lot* FRANIHOUSER 
stated he was en route to KORNE^Y^s to converse with LESTER 
CHALMERS, Elan attorney, pertaining to the rally scheduled in 
New Jersey on Friday night, May 20, 1966 o 



HODGINS, JONES, and [ [departed the 

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restaurant, went to the Wake County Cxtx^ens Council office 

to get the machine Just purchased by JONES, and then went be 

to the house of I^STIR Vo CMLMERS^ Nobody was there »- b7c 

HUDGINS-and JONES then went to BOB KORNE^AY^s house where 

th«^ observed BOB K0RNEG4Y, JAMS HILBURN, the unknown associate, 

LESTER GMLMERS, ROY FRANKHOUSER, an d FRANKHOUSER^s fr iend 

from Florida who was the driver of a f I- The 



.license plates were not determined, as it was parked in a 
position which made it impossible to obtain the license number. 

FRANIHOUSER and CHALffiRS' discussed the New Jersey 
situation. CHALME'RS' told^ FRANIHOUSER that/ there was no- basis 
for a law suit because nobody had stated that Klan rights 
were to be denied o- FRANIHOUSER .said that according to MIIE 
DESMOND, -a New Jersey Klansman, that FRANK ROTELLI had stated 
that there were articles in various' newspapers which stated 
that Klansmen^s rights were going to be denied because a 
public rally would, not be allowedo FRANKHOUSER called MIIOE 
DESMOND some plaice in New Jersey, whereabouts not known, ,who 
apparently advised FRANIHOUSER that the New Jersey State 
Attorney General stated that no cross burning ceremony would 
be allowedo If one was 'conducted, ROTELLI would be so charged • 
DESMOND indicated that he would telephonically contact Jo_ Ro 
JONES at JONES? residence, Salisbury, North Carolina, that 
evening, and advise JONES and FRANIHOUSER if any^ pertinent 
developments had occurred, or if he had been able to obtain 
any information which might be of interest to LESTER CHALMERS* 



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FKANKHpUSER stated that newspapers were full of 
statements by leaders of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating 
Committee and the Congress of Racial Equality that there 
would not be ^ Klan rally and that if such a rally was,^ to be 
heldJ,^ there might be possible trouble • FRANKHpUSER requested 
help from the North Carolina Klan in the event Negroes marched 
at these rallies ^ and JONES stated that 100 of his people 
would be in New Jersey for the rally • JONES stated he had 
asked BOB LITTLETON^ Ayden/ North Carolina, to be in charge 
of the Klansmen going to New .Jersey. No further information 
was given o 

BOB KORNECSAY^s wife and some unknown Klahsman were 
packing Security Guard uniforms at the KORNEGAY residence <> 
KORNEGAY said he was supplying Security Guard uniforms with 
everything but boots for $16 and indicated he was losing 
75^ per package • KORNEGAY stated he did not mind losing the 
money for it meant that there would be more interest in the 
Klan which wou ld mean he. KORNEGAY. would make more money in 
the long run* . | [ was present and indicated he was 

going into the Army on May 19, 1966, 

The friend of ROY FRANKHOUSER left KORNEGAY' s 
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CHALMERS left KORNEGAY' s residence and went to the house of 
CHALMERS o JONES and FRANKHOUSER left there for Salisbury, 
North Carolina o BOB HUDGINS went to the bus station looking 
for leaflets which were to have been sent by the Klan printer 
±h Lexington 9 North Carolina, but they had not arrived ♦ 

BOB HPDGINS was overheard telling J* R* JONES that 

he had been contacte d o ^ Mav 13. 1966. by two FBI Agents, 



and 



to which JONES stated 



that on May 13, 1966, seven oxner iiiansmen throughout the 
State of North Carolina had also been interviewed o JONES 
indicated he was concerned about Klansmen being interviewed 
on the job but expressed no retaliatory measures to be taken 
against anybody who. interviews Klansmen and made no advserse 
statements in connection with FBI .Agents • 



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TOs DIRECTOR^ FBI (157-370) 

FROMs SAC, RICHMOND (157-151) - P • 

SUBJECTS'. UNITED KLANS OF AMERICA , INC, 
KNIGHTS OF THE KU' KLUX KLAN 
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REi - ROY E.' FRANKHQUSER 



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Grand Dragon^ Sta1;e . or Virga^nia^ irii 



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KORNEGAY, 
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MICHAEL DESMOND that" ROY FRANKHOUSER is out of UKA, as are 
the other individuals who made- the recent march with him and 
who appe^i-ed -on television. ■ According, to source, ROBERT M. 
SHELTON., -Imperial WiSard^ had asked FRANKHOUSER not' to make 
the march and because he did, he is being ousted from UKA-« 
Further, source reported that DESMOND is to be made the 
Grand Dragon, of Pennsylvania;, ■ ' • ■ - . 

Copy furnished : for info of Columbia inasmuch as 
is informant of that office o ■ 



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On 6/20/66 Detective Captain 

Pa., PD, turned over to writer an envelope, together with 
the letter and a clipping it had contained* The envelope was 
postmarked Reading, Pa#, 6/15/66, arid bore no return address. 
The address thereon was '^PO Box 1342, Reading, Pa." (handprinted). 
The handwritten letter read as follows: 

"ROY; Congratulations on the successful march from 
Gettysburg, it had very good newspaper and T. V. 
coverage. The Local NAACP is holding a march in 
Reading on Sunday June 19 starting at 5:30 p.m. at 
5th and Perin Streets i You may already have heard 
about it, and are plannin g to counter in some way. 
Concerning employment for i K some jobs he- may be 
interested in are in the Times, If I remember 
correctly he is a carpenter* s helper-. I will^ 
enclose the article on the nigger march, I will 
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6/15/66,' and reports the Reading NAACP membership dinner held 
the evening of 6/14-/66. This article contained in a blocked 
insert another article, reflecting that the local NAACP will 
hold a Memorial Service Sunday, 5/19/66, that members will 
assemble at^ 5th and Penn Sts., at 5:30 p.m. and march to the 
Church in a group. Above the newspaper article was a 
picture of Four men including the President of the local 
NAACP chapter and the president of the National Association. 
Inked on the picture were a hammer and sickle each on TEMPLETON 
and KAPLAN, and a Star of David was also drawn on KAPLAN'S 
forehead • 

It is also noted that the letter "C" in NAACP is 
drawn so as to resemble a hammer and sickle. /^S^- V/S^'^ f^3^ 

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90-mile march by several mem- 
^ Tbers of the Ku Klux Klan from 
Gettysburg, Pa. to Washington, 
D.C., was delayed for *'two to 
! three weeks" Monday^ accord- 
ing to Roy Frankhouser, grand 
dragon of the '.Pennsylvania 
Klan. ., .'• ; . ' . 

- * Frankhouser, of Reading, 
•' Pa., here Stmday with four 
' other Klansmen to observe 
a Congress of racial equa* 
^* lity (CORE) rally, said the 
march was halted Monday 
16 miles northwest of Balti- 
more, He said no date had 
- been set for resumption. 

''. Frankhouser said the- reason 

';for the delay was' to permit him 
and the f^ur other Klansmen to 

' witness the CORE rally and 
to .attend a trial in Washing 

. ton today of Klan . imperial 
wizard Robert Sheldon, charged 
with contempt of Congress. The 
trial, 'however, was postponed 

. until Sept. 16.. 
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judge at the .request of Shel- 
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l>ai?3?4X ^d :ei;tt^d i^li Sights and a is^fiftat :&3S» a ajifle i^fhieh 
J^MiSOII^SE said ms0 sm '^a^esaQy pie3?eiHS |?ifie;#* a iieaposi 
3^]^©TJSE1 said x?^^ a ii!o^3?ev S!6Bi%atiJ;oi3ia1?i<i and on^ oth^i* 

■we^j^oa* ^1.Bo fiiiiitai^ -and posslfely i0Qae©'iga* 

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h^^t^s^^d told 3^2^^$niJ|_Z_II^^ m had ism «f the 

n^?est? tm -SJ&sfXirf 3^*. H^ a^ached over i^ ©ha$r> and appar^t^ 
^J^kpd off a tm.m 1?s*dnd It a mvoxir^y .in ^ holstex* ^n a belt 
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auns tjea?^^l^al* m s^d "^ou could tMce all ^ gims hei^ 
and^I «auld ^a to th^ moia^jaina, and in a jfe^r minutes 
^plenish Bor mpptr^ "Sh^T^. is nothing ilie^ abcftit this* 
Sff^Sr^ne has. th«s; 3?ishfc to defend hiraselt*" He also touched 
ppi^f l3F o» th^ attempted shotting of hixm^t in jbis home s<^m 
f imt ^a um Bientlonsd i?h& tu3?tiQ ho»l fihich %ms. ahatte^i?ed 
saving hi0 lifie* ' 

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miJS; istia^iiv^ as^Si s^a^^ _33es|>0nsll43#|' mtlsii^l^* He 0si^. th^% 
f ®im i^'itt m3^h t<^ tttsli|is^6iit#<i£i^S^^3r wl X^ave froit i&lii^ 

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would, definitely be among the seven. PRANKHOUSER said 

MR, RUTHHART is running for Governor of the State of ' 

Maryland. 

According to FRANKHOUSER, some of the Grand Dragons •■ 
who had originally planned to go have backed out. He did not 
make it clear if this was because SHEI/TON had not furnished 
his approval or not, although later he mentioned that some of them 
were scared because he was sticking to his plan to march 
through the middle of the "Nigger District" of Baltimore. • 
FRANKHOUSER said that about 40 miles of the march would be in 
Pennsylvania and they would follow Route l40 from Gettysburg, 
He proraised^_bhat at about 12 noon, 6/10/66, he would furnish 
Sergeant [ [ with a map of the route and the identities:;'of l&ll ' 
the marchers. PRANKHOUSER said that he would make a release to ^e 
.the press of his plans at 4 p.m. and -again mentioned that the .^^c 
State Police would have the story at least four hours prior to. :' •• 
the press. PRANKHOUSER said that he had the Press Releases - • 
all drawn up and was in the process of making a few changes, 
including . the date, which would be changed, .tbhi6;j^l/66.feh© •i 



PRANKHOUSER mentioned that he would notify the 
Justice Department sometime after 4 p.m. so they would be 
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MAY 1962 EOITIOM" 

GSA FPMR (41 CFR) 101-n;6 



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ROY PRANKHQUSER 



On 6/16/66, 



\ who has furnished 



reliable Information In the past, telephonlcally advised SA 

lof the following. This information was 



typewritten by SA 
initialed bv the 



] on 6/17/66 and was then read and 
informant on 6/I7/66. It is maintained in 



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1 - Richmond (INF) . 
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1 - 157-341 
1 - 157-1646 
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■On t h e eve nin g of 6/I6/66 at ab o ut 8 BIT ROY FRANIglOU SER ^ JAMES 



BREWER and 



, the latter who is staying with ERANKHOUSER left 



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133 S. 1+th St., Reading, Ba., According to EEIANKHOUSER thejnYere going to 



Virginia, to attend a Klan rally and cross -burning "to be held on the evening 



of Er4day,/June'17, 1966 at the Booker T* Washington Memorial; Burnt Cabins, 
"just" ^oirtsl"de~T?oanoke ,'"7a • ;■ \_ 



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.that they would go to ^H arris borg^ Pa> j where the y would take Interstate Route" 



81 direct to Roanoke, Va. ERANKHOUSER was taking along a .30 caliber Carbine. 



He indicated 'that he did not know .just when they would get back, that there" slight ' 



be another JJally the following evening 6/I8/66 in -the same area.' 



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OrriONAl FOKM NO. 10 
MAY 1962 lOlTION 
CSA CCH. ftCO. NO. 27 



UNITED i^TATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 

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DATE: 6/24/66 



FROM 



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UKA, KKKK 

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On 6/11/66, I I, who has furnished reliabl e 

Information in the past, orally laavisia SA | 

of the fQl lQwing'^ This informat ion- v?as typed into statement: 
form by SA | | ,on 6/II/60 and was then- read and 

initialed by tne mrormant on b/l6/66. It is maintained in 



2- Newark 
2'^ Cincinnati 
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Saturday 3 June 11;) 1966 



that there 



v/ould be six or more mrchers from Gettysbur.^^ Pa.;, to Washington ;, D-C* FRAWK- 
HOUSER claimed that in addition to himself and one other fro.:. Reading^, lo.oy 
there %vould-be two men from New Jersey and that two men fro.a Ohio were enroute 
To'join"the l&xr'clT.'FRMKKOUSER did not identify any^ o'f thi^se'particip^tnts by"na*me 
Saturday morning 'at about 2:^0 MH 



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'-' meet m*th the others at Gettysburg-, Ri*9 The man mth FRANK ROTELLA was a white 
male, about UO years old, 5'irs 170 lbs.7"s^i^dy ^^^^- ^^' w¥*7Ti'k^alT the others, 
neatIy"c[resI.Td~ in sp6rtrcIot"hes; ' '- ' '' ^'~"~' 

FR-MKH0USaR--a^ked'- ^wha-t-aHP&^^on^f eli-l^:eudho_T^^^ giiining__ta.hM£i 



B, nervous- breakdov/n, but when one of the yaen present asked him hovf he felt, FRANK- 
HOUSER assumed them that he y/as all right, he was int or caiad. because of a friend 



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told the others that he was supposed~to'Te"art work at""8~gsr~ana; nad not -^ 



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-.._At about^ 6j 10_PM this date 



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HOUSEE;,- 133^ S»^ .^^^_?^f„^®^^^^S> ^JJ ^^ previously arranged* FEATnOiOUSER met 
at the door and cautioned him that there was a State Policeman upstairs 



intervievdng FRANKEDUSER about the proposed March to Washington, Later ROI 



told 



that plans call for about ^0 persons to march from Valley Forge j" 



"Pa.,, tb-'Washingtbnj D;a.;"but fijiarplans are "yet to be arrange d* 



-FRAMffiOUSBR-said that - ^the- man who is-visiting him is^[ 



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Downstairs in PRANKHOUSER\s home there was a ' ,30 carbine^ loaded,' ^ serial 
'number"X366836v'There was also~a"^c6py^f"~the~St'briT3t^^ 



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^^ OMtONAl FORM NO. 10 ^B^ 3010-106 

\ ' MAY -1942 EDITION ^^ 

OSA CEN. REG, NO. 27 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 



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DATE: 



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SUBJECT: RQY E. PRANEHOUSERj 
RM 



Oh 6/20/66, 



who has furnished . reliable 



information in tjh6 past orally adwised SA . 

of .the following. This- information was typed into statement 
form by SA | | on 6/21/66, and was then read and- initialed by 
the mformanr on 6/23/66. It is maintained in | | . 



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1 - 157-^1646 
1 - 157-341 
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"Monday, June 20, 1966 

"On the evening of 6/20/66 ] I telephoned ROY 

FRANKHOUSER, ■ PRANKHOUSER ^aid thaf he is going to- 
Philadelphia, Pa., tomorrow, he plans' to take a 9 PM - 
train from Reading, Pa'., to Philade%hia, and will appear 
as a guest 'on a program on 'radio station, WCAU -^.EEMEHDIISER 
mentioned a man- with a name- that sounded like | 
as running this program".- tistners will-'call in and FRANK - 
HOUSER will answer their ^ questions he s aidV- According to 



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FRANKHOUSER, he will take 



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Ithat he, FRANKHOUSER, Intends to 
iri , Perinsylvania . — 



"FRANECHOUSER told . 

resume' command of " the Klan in , Pennsylvania . ' "FRANKHOUSER" 
said that miKE DESMOND has -been offered" :a full time Job with 
the Klan m Virginia. FRANKHOUSER -claimed that he had talked 
with KORp;(MY^- .-head of the "Virginia Klan and that KORNEGAY 
said 'tSTTTfT ESrfm'^Wim«tM^ . 

for his services and those of .his 'Rally I'ruck-' equipped 
with ..a publi<^ address system and, GB- radio. " FRANKHOUSER 
claimed that he had tried repeatedly to contact DESMOND 
in Delaware hm without any success." 



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At- about ^;$Opm thi» dat^ SA | ^ .^Reading B& 

talephbnicailjr adirised that at ^?lQpm this date | ^ 

Stated that at that time^ ROY E.^ S*RAOTffl:aUSER wa» gex^xixng a 
halx^cut^ S^ITKHOTTSER had .Ttist ind icated thds date^ that he and 

1 who has been with FRMKHOUSER 
i^eQentiy, :«rere leaving in the am" C7/I/66 ) for J)elaware# Ka 
idc9;tion iii Delaware named nop time of departure named* a?hey 
indicated they were to meet sfoni^Kim person or persons, not 
identified*. 

Richmotxd teletype to Direetor> BA and PH dated 7/l/6h 
was read i;p Supervisor Hars^ enstein who instructed that the 
inform?ition furnished by SA l I he called to BA^ He ajso 

pointed put that qn airtel d^ted •bhiis date from ?H covered 
the lea^ds in the Richmond airteljsasbc^^ regard to informant 

At 8spm the above was furnished to the duty Age»t""'"^'->.^overage ^ 

KpGHENBAUER.^ Baltimore Office* It was ppMted out that PH '^ 

air t el of this date will furnish results of informant covers 
age- in the York ^. Pa » area* Informant In the York area has no . 
indication a mo:borcade xac organized for 7/2/66» 



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FBI— PHfLADELPMfA 




T/11/66 



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^0/ mve<ito^,mi (isr-STO) 

FROHj SaO> Philip eli^fjia (X57-3to,) 






. , adviacet "1/10/66 that HOT K. mAKK« 

.meeting at Ms hoiao^ 133 Soutl'i f^ttPth l^traetj Reading, Pa«, 
oii that date* 3JU3?±ns the meeta?ic# HifiMHO^SilH atmomoea a 
Kian rally iis BGhe^t^d fov" 7/29*-30/66 in Maryland and the 
roilo*Jing Tie^kena C^^S*^/^^) iR Dolawaro^. lEiillKEOUaEE Oid not 
aimoimfto any spGftjlfic tc^ias 03? l^e^Ltiott^ but statati thut 
EOBSas^ Btmi^on iplamM to i.ittonai the m'syXand rally. 

It -was alSQ laantionefi ttot batii l-larylimd ttiid V&ltx-' 
viaro iiav^ oydijaaiietia agalngit opmj tiros 1, ooi3£JOC|[Ui3ritly* cfo&a 
buraings %iouM b$ illosal« Ono <?:? those pvasant svgge&tGd 
;?ai0iag a dfuad to pay an;^ ^ncstisat wielit bC' levied and to 
biara cn?S!0es aRyi^ajr but ao deels^lofl. was roa^l^M on this, 

Kq lctte3?head mcsmoyaxtduts ia bding oubmltted dxm 
to tht?i vcx^uc imttire of plam ♦■ Oojitaot i& b^iu^. raaintaiacsd 
yith lo^al iaf o^fijaat^ « ' . . 



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II r~ i 't I I . I r ) T I • .1.1 I , 1 - --i i ^ -, ^-; 7'7 " ' " ■■ — ' 

mil uiert sources whp mieht foe in a position to lea3?n 
of specific pions fot» these rallies iia Maryland an^ BelaiwarS' .and 
tor travel of EOBBRO? SHSBEDII on 7/29^30/66. 



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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 
MEMORANDUM-. - 



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FROM 8 
SUBJECT; 



SAC (.157-3m) 
SA 



DATES 6/24/66 



UKA, 

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On 6/1U/66, 



who has furnished reliable 



inform ation in the pastj, telephonic al^^ly advised ^A | 

I | of the followingo , This Info rmation was typed on 
67T¥766j into statement form by SAF" 
initialed bv th e informant on. 6/16/^51 



and was then read. 
It irs -maintained in 



and 



- Baltimor*e C RE GISTERED MAIL) 
1 = 157«? 
1 = 105=560 
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(ROBERT SHELTOM,) 
(MARCH ON WASHINGTON) 
Birmingham (REGISTERED MAIL) 
Charlotte (Rfe GtsTERteD matt.) 



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1 ^ 157= "(MARCH ON WASHINGTON) 
- Columbia (MARCH ON WASHINGTON)' (REGISTERED MAIL) 
^ Newark (REGISTERED. MAIL) 
= WFO' (MARCH ON WASHINGTON) 



(REGISTERED MAIL) 



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157-1T.6'? 

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05=»H5"8 - ( ROY" TRA-NKHOUSER ) 
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157=.m'5- 

157=7:33 (ROBEIIT SHELTON) 
157=16.46 ..('UKA^ KkK. PENNSYLVAN IA) 



MDEXs MARCH" OF KLANSMEN 
•- -' - TO WASHINGTON, DoC< 



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Tuesday^ June Iky 1966 



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earlier this dateo FRANKHOUSER said the March of Klansmento Washington^ D.C» 



had been called 'off in Baltimore, .on orders of ROBERT SKELTON. The March is to 



' be- resumed in Baltimore j Md.^ af ter ' SHELTON* s trial on contempt charges is overo 
''^ At t halTtlirie " the^mVr cEer ^^ ty TrTa'rp" g? oiip "ornKransmerTTr om Tlor tlT" "" 
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and GEORGE 



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is staying, wi-th FRANKHOUSER at 133 So iith- St. ^Reading;, Pa. 



According^ to FRANKHOUSER, .liUCKAEL DESMOND is in trouble with ROBERT SHELTON 



for disobeying his ^ orders • 



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visited ROY FRMKHOUSER at Reading^ Pa^r *s planned 
are leaving at about 11 M and 



• is taking FRMKHOUSER to Newark, Delaware to^ see MIKE DESMOp. FRANKHOUSER clams 
^ that according to "RADAR" DESMOND is at home: but is not .answering the phone ♦ 
' ./ * *" FRANKHOUSER 'said that' the mail who is at his home now. is 



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Si Uth St., Reading, Pa., to discuss their plans to meet Friday 6/lO/^6.; FEANK- 



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about his plans to march Saturday morning from 



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Brief description of activity, or material 



Travel by Robert Scoggins to Northern 



States and Klavern rally held at Blenheim, 



S. C. on 5/23/66 



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157-7 (UKA) 

157--470 (Scoggins) 

157-135 

157-77 

157-84 

157-554 

157!-136 (Georgetown Klavern) 

157-80. (Blenheim Klavern) 



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of the fact that it might jeopprdize 
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On. 5/18/66 Robert Scoggins, the -""^^ . 
Grand Dragon of the United Klans of 
America, Inc.,., trnights of the Ku Kliix 
Kla n. together witti I 

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office of Bob Jon6s &3 iiranite *^uarry , 
N. C. While in Granite Quarry,. N. C, 
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JUN 25 1965 

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-they discussed Klan business with Bob Jones and Roy Frank- 

hauser who is the Grand Dragon from Pennsylvania and 

who was at the office of Robert Jon es . Scogg ins , 



I 1 and Frankhauser then 

proceeded to Wilmington, Delaware, where they visited 
with the Kleagle of the State of Delaware Mike Desmon 



who resides on | ] , Wilmington, Delaware. 



The four individuals then proceeded from Desmonds house 
in Wilmington late on Wednesday night arriving at the 
residence of Roy Frandhauser at Redding, Pa, , where they 
stayed the night. 

On the following morning Thursday, May 19, 1966, Scoggins , 



and I ~| , left 

the residence ot ij'ranicnauser ana travelled to- the 
Connecticut area where they visited with the following three 
active leade rs in the Klan in the State of Connecticut* 
Pat Garrand, | L New Haven, Connecticut, 



John Bellmore J [ New Haven, Co nnecticut. 

telephone number | | , and John O'Brien, | 

[, Monroe, Connecticut. On Thursday ni ght the abo ve 



previouslv mentioned individu als Scoggins, 



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Pat Garrand. Early Friday morning* the same individuals 
left and drove to Delaware where they picked up Mike Desmon, 
They then telephonicj^ally communicated with the State Police 
in New Jersey advising them of the fact that they were 
coming in to determine what legal problems had insued 

concerning the irally to be held in the State of New Jersey 
by the United Klans. The four individuals then proceeded on 
Highway 95 and after going over the State line saw State 
Highway Patrol cars on the side of the road at which time 
they pulled over and identified themselves o They were then 
taken to the headquarters of the State Police where 
Robert Scoggins made a speech to the news media c The group 
of four then went back to the residence of Desmon in 
Wilmington, Delaware, where they visited with Klan people 
in the State of Delaware and Pennsylvania. 

Early Saturday morning at 3:00 A.Mo , they left the 
Wilmington, Delaware,, area and travelled directly to 
Georgetown, S. C. Upon arriving in Georgetown, S. C, the 
three individuals learned that the rally had been called off 
because of the inclimate weather. They did, however, arrive in 
time, to attend the barbecue held at Georgetown, S. C«, and 
approximately three hundred individuals were fed. It was 
determined through conversation with Scoggins that this was 
one of the- larger Klaverns in the State, . 

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"Mter ait ending a rally of the UKA on the following date, 
Sund^yf^'-Ukf :22'y 1965^^, Bob Scoggins and 



travelled on Monday morning May 23, 1966, to Camden, 
S. C, where they met with Charles Maddox, the former 
secretary on. the State Boar d of the UKA, MADDOX, advised 



both Scoggins and | | that he was confident that 

the FBI had an informant on the State Board. Maddox 



stated that he felt sure that the- informant was 
since when he (Maddox) testified before the House Committee 
on Un-American Activities this Senate Group exhihibited to 
him a photogra ph of he and a Klansman from North Carolina 



Maddo x related that he recalled 
taken by | I in South Carolina 



by the name of 

this photograpn oexng ^ _ 

and, therefore, the only indiviauai wno would have 
possession of t his pictu re to five it to the House Committee 
would have been I i . He .stated that in addition in.^, , 
order to make su2*6 thfei'e were no other FBI informants withxn 
tbf^ir fflidfit even though he was but of the Klan he and 



^ were going during the next several months to follow 

memDers of the State Board of the UKA as well as FBI Agents 

in an effort to determine who is the inf ormant on the State 

Board. Maddox further told Scoggins and|~ 

felt sure that the informant would be | ' 

would check out all members. He stated further that /should 

he and | det ermine who , the informant is on the 

State Board, he and I I would then give consideration to 



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On. this same date Maddox turned over to Scoggins ten books for 
folders containing the State records which were made up of one 
folder for each month. In addition he assisted Scoggins in^' 
obtaining the sum of approximately $2,000 which was in a local 
Camden Bank and was the property of the UKA. This bank is . 
located on. Highway 97; just coming into Main Street in Camden, 
S. C* , being the first bank on the right side of the street, 
Scoggins advised that he would more than likely put the sum 
of money obtained in some bank in Spartanbu rg . After 



obtaining the books, Scoggins and 



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May 23, 1966 



On Sunday afternoon, May 22, 1966, a rally was 
held by the Blenheim Klavern, Blenheim, • S. C. It was 
determined that this Klavern was headed up by the 
Exalted Cyclops Buck Wilks and the Kleagle Clyde Hudson o 

and (FNU) who owns 



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in this organization. In ^ addition the following are 
license numbers of active members, of this -Klavern s 



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S, C, Dealer ^s License 11223,, 

The above licenses v/ere all 1966 S. C. licenses • 



Cover Sheet for Informant Report or Material 
Ft;-306 ('3-21-58) \.ib 




Date received 

5/30/66 



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flrnfi.q burning in Bridgeton-. NJ 5/13/66 



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157-1205 UNIT #3 (NEWARK. • DEL. ) 

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157-1026 

157-1570 

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• • , ■ , MAY 26y I'^ee 

A 0N.-FR1DAY MAY 13, i?66 TEN. MEM FROM THE REALM OF PENNSYLVANIA 
GATHERED AT THE HOIviE OF THE KING KDEAGLE OF PENNSYLVANIA, MIKE" EESMOnD, 
AND PREPARED TO LEAVE TO GO TO NEW JERSEY TO HELD' NEVf JERSEY KLAN 
MEMBERS STAGE A CROSS BURNING AT THE FARM OF | | IN 

BRIDGETON-,. THE MEN FROM PENNSYLVANIA WERE: | \ OXFORD; 

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, OXFORD;: ROY FRANKHOUSER, READING; 



, SPRING CITY; SAM TRAILOR, BALLY; 



, ALLENTOWN;. 



MIKE DESMOND, NEWARK, DEL.; | | , READING; ' GROVER DESK'INS, 

NEWARK, DEL. THEY LEFT FOR BRIDGETON 'at ABOUT 10;00 P.M. WITH THEM 

WAS THE KING KLEAGLE OF NEW JERSEY, FRANK ROTELLA. 

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WITH FIVE OR SIX NEW JERSEY MEN AND BOYS. A CROSS HAD BEEN PREPARED 
BUT WAS TO LARGE TO ERECT SO- THEY CUT IT IN HALF AND ERECTED A SMALLER 
ONE. WHEN THE CROSS WAS PREPARED THEY FORMED- A CIRCLE' OF ROBED ' 

KLANSMSN AND LIT THE CROSS. ROTELLA SAID THAT THERE WERE TO BE SOME 
NEWSMEN THERE BUT THEY. DID. NOT SHOW UP. AFTER. WALKING AROUND THE. ' 
BURNING CROSS FOR ABOUT TEN tyl I NUTES THE PENNSYLVANIA MEN REMOVED THEIR. 
ROBES AND. LEFT FOR HOME. AS THEY WERE LEAVING THEY SAW ABOUT FIVE OR 
SIX P8LICE CARS OR FIRE ENGINES GOING INTO THE RALLY SITE FROM ANOTHER 
DIRECTION. SOME OF THE MEN WANTED' TO STOP AND SEE WHAT WAS- GOING ON 
BUT MOST WANTED TO GO HOME SINCE THERE WAS A LONG DRA'VE. 

FRANK ROTELLA THE KING KLEAGLH OF NEW JERSEY WAS ARRESTED ALONG 
WITH FOUR OR FIVE OTHER MEN AT THE SITE, OF THE BURNED OUT CROSS FOR' ' 
I LLEGA.L BURNING. HE TOLD OTHER KLANSMEN THAT AT THE TIME OF THE ARREST 
THE STATE POLICE SHOVED AND KICKED HlM AnI THE OTHER. MEN AND SEARCHED, 
THEIR CARS W- 1 THOU T A- SEARCH WAR.RSNt. AS A RESULT OF THIS SEARCH THE 
.OFFICERS FOUND OIL .AND BURLAP USED IN PREPARING THE GROSS/ . THE MEN', • ' 
WERE- RELEASED ON' $50.00 BONp EACH.,;, , - .. 



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Klan Rally, Hisinfe - Cmm Md. 5/21/66 



Date of Report 

5/28/66 



Date(s) of activity 



5/21/66 



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l57-120l|! UNIT #1 (¥IIM) 
l57-1203 UNIT #2 (MIIiPORD) 
l57-120§ UNIT #3 (NEWARK, DEL.) 
157-1206 UNIT #I^ (NEV/ CASTLE.) ' 
157-1217 CECIL COUNTY, MD. . 
l57-li|I{.6 REALM OP MD. 
157-11+61 .T^AT.TTMQRE CITY 

157-1502 
157-1552 
157-1098 
157-1026 
157-1082 
157-1299 
157-1570 
l57-69_ 
157-1085 
157-1029 
157-1077 
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MAY 28, 1^66 

,.^ ON SATURDAY MAY 2i, i%6 A RALLY OF THE UNITED KLANS OF AMERICA,, 
KNIGHTS OF. THE KU KLUX KLAN, REALM OF MARYLAND WAS HELD AT RISING SUB 



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. PEOPLE FROM MARYLAND , PENNSYLVANIA, AND DELAWARE. IN ADDITION TWO OR 
.THREE CAME FROM NEW JERSEY. . • 

ABOUT 7:00 P.M. ROY FRANKHOUSER, MIKE DESMOND, VERNON NEIMASTER, 
FRANK ROTELLA, AND | | WERE GATHERED TOGETHER IN A CAR DRIVEN" 

BY A SECURIW GUARD FROM DELAWARE BY THE NAME OfI I (LNU) AND 



ANOTHER GROUP OF DELAWARE MEN WERE GATHERED IN ANOTHER CAR. THESE 
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AND OTHERS. THEY WENt IN THE CONVERTABLES" THROUGH THE TOWNS OF OXFORD, 
PA. AND RISING SUN, MD. WEARING KLAN ROBES, JO ADVERTIZE THE RALLY. ' 

AT THE RALLY FRANK ROTELLA READ A STATEMENT FROM ROBERT SHELTON 
CONCERNING AN INJUNCTION PREVENTING. ANY NEW JERSEY. MEETINGS, ROY 



FRANKHOUSER SPOKE ON COMMUNISM, VERNON NEIMASTER SPOKE CONCERNING THE 



KLAN PICKETS IN BALTIMORE, 



SPOKE CONCERNING THEMD. KLAN, 



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IKE DESMOND SPOKE ON PEOPLE GETTING ACTI VE IN POLITICS AND VOTING, AND 
SPOK^_Qij CHRISTIANITY. TWO INCIDENTS TOOK PLACE AT THE RALLY. 



ONE-WAS WI.TH mm A PHOTOGRAPHER WHO f.AS TAKING PICTURES OF THE SECURITY 
GUARD WHEN HE HAD BEEN TOLD NOT TO. THE .PHOTOGRAPHER, AFTER SPEAKING 
WITH STATE POLICE DESTROYED THE FILM. THE SECOND INCIDENT TOOK PLACE 
ALMOST IMMEDIATELY WHEN TAO DRUNK MEN WERE FOUND IN- A CAR DRINKING. THEY 
WERE ASK TO LEAVE.^ ATTENDANCE WAS ESTIMATED AT ABOUT ONE THOUSAND. 
VERNON NE;liMASTER SAID THAT THERE .WERE 4?2 CARS PRESENTOn THE FARM. 

\ AFTER THE, RALLY DESMOND, DESKINB, FRANKHOUSER, AND A FEW OTHERS. 
RE.TURNED TO DESMONDS HOUSEX.FOR A FEW MI-NUTES BEFORE DESMOND AND A . 
.WRI TER WHO TiAD ATTENDED, THE. RALLY. LEFT .FOR .-WA SHINGTON,. D.C. W HERE DESMOND 
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was typed into statement form by SA [ 

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At about 7 M and again at 2 PM this date FEANKHQUSER^ s Yauxhall 



Sedam v/as not parked In its usual location tehind 133 S. ij-th St#, Reading^ Pa, 

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At about h BH REGINA KUPISZBWSp told' 



that FRANKHOUSER was^ not at b7c 



home. She said that he had just left for Biiladelphia^ Pa,, and she. did not 



"expect Himn5ack "iSSoX^ earliesto Ii^GlNA. said tJfiat 



-"t-hey"~hsd-^-car--^x^ubl-e--and-R0F-got~^ 

reach Virgi nia as pla nned. . RSGINA did not say what FRANKHOUSER was- -doinV^ in ^-. 



Philadelphia or Y/ho, if anyone went with him. 



FPANKHOUSER in "the past has stated that there are three Klaverns 



in Philadelphia, Pa« 



^ '■ ' On 6/16/66 FRANKHOUSBR had acted very- nervous and. excited^ He had 
nientionea~that he had ilot^ Seen or iieffl^ from MICHAEL DESMOND"" in three weeks, and 
that hc^^/ac getting tiro dr-o£-JDESI^iaX-FM-MSSQ^ 
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in All ento wn3 Pa. 3. has six other Klansnien , DESMOND has the 
names bf these men. FRANKHOUSER said he would ge^t these'names if he 'had to shoot 

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DESMOND to get them. FRANKHOUSER said th-at the^ lack^of Klan activity in this area 
is v/earing him down. ^ . I:, - - 

~' \ FRANIOiOUSER also claimed that beginning at 10 BI' Tuesday, 6/21/66 



"ana~cbnt1n uing u n-tl3Hr:3-M-~6y2-2 /66 he , FRAM HOtfS ER will be on radi-o s Ui Lion-iWeAif; 

-H e i n d i ca ted th ia t it is->a-4)ro gr a m vf^^ere l i steners c a l l i n a nd , as k qufstions, r-?nd 

he v/ill be the feature attraction, to ansv/er questions about th e Klan and its 

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

Philadelphia J Pennsylvania 
June 30 J 19 6 6 



UNITED KLANS OF AMERICA 
KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX' KLAN 



A source who has furnished reliable information in 
the past advised as follows on June 3.0, 19,66 1 

ROY Eo FRANKHOUSER, Grand Dragon, United Klans of 
America, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan«Penhsylvania, advised 
June 30 9 1366, that Delaware; Klahsman and FRANKHOUSER himself 
have been unable to contact or locate MIKE DESMOND « TRANK« 
HOUSER said DESMOND has. all FRANKHOUSER* s Klan records,, 
funds,' and the mimeograph machine which had been used by 
the local group o FRANKHOUSER theorizes that DESiylOND is 
attending a Klan rally to be held .somewhere ,in Virginia 
this coming weekends 

FRANKHOUSER related that BEN SARTIN, Leader ^^^_ 
of the Delaware Klan, and some of his men have ^'staked out** 
DESMOND ^s home, but that DESMOND has not been located and 
'failed to appear yesterday for further hearing on a charge 
of carrying a concealed, deadly weapon o This' charge resulted 
from DESMOND'S arrest at a Klan school in ^March, 1966o 

FRANKHOUSER claims that because DESMOND failed to 
appear -he is automatically a Fugitive, and said; that he, 
FRANKHOUSER and BElJ SARTIN ^ are going to. Virginia where 
the location of the rally 'is known to SARTIN^ ., .They 
anticipate taking DESMOND at gunpoint and bringing him 
to Pennsylvania where they will get back the ipecords, funds', 
etCo 

A Qharacterization of the United Klans of America, 
Knights of theiKu Klux Kian^ is attached o 

This document contains neither recommendations nor 
conclusions of the FBIo It is the property of, the FBI and 
is loaned to your agency 5 it and its contents are not to 
be distributed outside your agency e SeaTd/^ec/ 



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DIRECTOR, FBI 

SAC, PHILADELPHIA (157-341) (?) 



SUBJECT? UNITED KLANS OF AMERICA, 

KNIGHTS OF THE KU KLUX KLAN 

RM ^ KLAN 

C 00 1 BimingTxamT''^-™^^ 

Enclosed for the Bureau are the original and ten 
?hSif .f .^ letterhead memo dated and captioned aTthlli. 
Three copxes each are enclosed for Baltimore and Richmond 
one copy for Birmingham « Copies of letterhead memo are * 
being furnished to intelligence agencies and Secret Service 
^5^^?JJJI^^^%- ^PSPr^^^eading havt been advised! SouJcI* 

utiliz ed in LHM i si I ^^who furnished the information 

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tended ^to meet him at FEANIvHQUSER' s home about 10 AM that date. - FRMKHOUSER" 



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delphia^ Pa^, and thinlcs tliia is y/onderful. FRANICHOUSER expressed the belief that 
"p dssiBIy wiTr~Be ' a"t5le''~tcrQl5'tain- Weaporfs -"f or- 'the-'iroajr"a'tr-£ro.^e'n5f "'■thF"-^ — 

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T/hich he ordered with the expectation that 



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On 6/23/668 

information in th q past. 
information to SA 



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orally In oeWp Qii provided the following 

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affiOEG-IWA gUPISZElYSKI were at 



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wanted to knovf all about the 



radi^5?Trogra«i mNKHOUSER had appeared on and how he made out~ 



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-He-crairned--fch-St-since -^•lW-h-5-•lms-re c-eiWd-a-bout-25 -telet.lionrirans--rr75irp-er-^ns 



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■ warned jmNjfflgtJS ER to watch these per n en .s as the FBI mi^ht try to slip in ^ 



j:n^ryt^;^_mm m0U~Sm said that "he would haver^check out anyone prio r to his f 

being accei^ied. FRANKBDUSER claimed that he had hitch-hiked home fr Jmia^' '^'^ 



delphia after appearing on the radio. He claimed that he had arrived home about 



5 -AM and laughingly related that 
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--~-5Eia^ffiOUSm-saidJ;hat-Jl-ihinss-^ould_b8fiin^tc^^ 
there will be a RalH.y of tte Klan at Getty sburg., Pa. . on Sunday. July 3. 1966 but 



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• 'burg Rally will be settled theiH 



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jiarch. Ho said' that his current plans are to inc orporate the six K lansmen from 
Alle njiown, Pa,, into the local group. 



FRANKHOUSER indicated that he is "fed up" with DESMOND and wants to leave! 



him out of any future pl^nihg. . ' Concem^ing- ROGER HOFFMAN; FRMKHOUSER -said thi t 



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■£^^.!-'",5.'L.!^._gfJiJ°. ^ great help. mANKI-DUSER said that HOFMMN has 5>0OO 



pounds^ of ganpov-/der buried in the hills. .FRANK ROTELLA, accorHing "t o -ROT , 



has bajn kicked out of the K-lan. FHANKHOUSER also'said that SAfvl'TRAILOR will be 



back in a. week or ■s'^^hs^h^h^Tb^'^'lV^s^li^^ in Jlorida. ■ .' 

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■-&l-e«pi-Hg-oa-ihe-^i-Pst-f.lGor-na-t--mAMK0BS-Hi-i-s-boHie, 



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know the new_KlarL Pas swordj_ and 



wanted to k now "if TOMTCffn TTflT^ -was sure 



he was " all right". FRAKIfflOUSER assured 



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that his Vauxhall is^teToken down "and they left it in Maryland. He w dhts 
~'^^~SS'^^5'T:'^-^QSetiffle-^^^ 
— Aaee«=d-ing-t^^miTOaTSliR h. :,nd | [has-a-close ..^all -t he-other- nigiit^[ 

been driving ROY'S car and ran a "z^ed. light in some town. Theywsre stopped by the 



Police but talked their way-out of it. PRMKHOUSER said it was a good thing the 



Officer did not know that they had a 'mchinegun in the car at- the tirae. 



FRANKHOUSER showed 



and 



a pistol he recently bought. It is a 



snub nose ,36 spswial made by the Chajnters Manufacturing Uojipany and' the word" 



r er" la on the Wrx-el. Hie t. vivUl umuber la 



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-gut^-cost-|-6 n b i t h(? g o t, it, fnr a^nnd prirr' nnd..thfl+. -it. ^« ■>>ag-iff+.«va^„ 



is still looking for work^ he goes out every day but has not had much 




■ luck.. He has- formerly been in construction wcrk and in a hosiery mill. 



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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

13,. 1966 



UNITED" MAm OF- AMERICA 
KNI6HTS QF,Ktr KiJDX- iCLAN 



A. confident i*l. informant who ha» . f urni»h«d 3?eii»bl« .'(f 
information in the, past,, advisad, as .follow*, on July :i2, 1966; 



^ « -^^y ^* Frankh6u«!tr, Gran€;''Dragon of the United Klaiig 
?Srr"?r^2* ^°^ Pennsylvania/' adviseet. on. the afternoon of July 12. 
1966 that there- .will be a Klan rally on Saturday, July l6>i966. 
held near Elkton-, Maryland at .8. 'pom.. According to- PranKhoueer; ■ 
the site; of this rally d.s off Route 213/ two miles South of 
Route 41 at- the Old French Town Taveijn oh the Elk River. • Frank- 
houser will be the featured .speaker. -, ' 

\^ -^^ ^ second confidential souKce who has also furnished 
reliable informatidh in the past advised on JulylOw I966 that 
Roy E» Frankhouser had discussed plans for a. Klan rally to' be 
held the following weekend but did not state- when o'i?. whe±»e this " 
rally^woUld .take, place. . The second Vsource: also. .advised it the 
same time, that a .discussion .had .been: had of a, Majpyland Ordinance , 
jgaihst. open fire s'% which would, presumably preclude any cross " 
burning. One of the members p.resent^at thit time- iuggested that 
thfy raise a fund to pay any fin® Mich might be imposed- W*^^ 
bwrrt^acEOBs.-.anywayi'. although no acMon was taken on this" ' 
suggejitipn. '""' -"■ • \ x 

This docuraeat, co6t*ainjBoaeither recommendations nor 
conclusions. of. the. 5BIo It is the property of the.FBI and is 
loaned, to your agency j it and- its contents are- not "to be dis- 
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to: Director, FBI(t^^^3«.0\ ATTENTION: 

' ' aCIVIL RIGHTS SECTION 
From: SAC, BlIMDMffHm il5 7r".^^l ^GENERAL INVEST. DIV. 

□ DOMESTIC iNTELLiGENCE DIV. 
Subject: xsu^;^. |^j}0 Atmmsk 

OCR a EL CZ],VRA-65 OORA-64 

Cf] PA [— I P"E □: PP 
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Ca LHM eiiclos ed □ Copy ISfif Mh 
O LHM being submitted: SoriMizad .. 
□ Report being submitted ,,.^., .^ 
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ri Limited investigation iristitutellf^ ' 




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BaMIpig the peritaij theji the property itsejf , a vid tbev 



.aT»fe nr*ft.gftnh^y picifcetlng the. home OJT the 



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told, hita> Xa^utehant l L that a group was to arssemblg at 

2 p*m*, at the Sayers, MethOdlgt Chio'ch, 6lst and €atherjne 
Streets* ■ ■ . - 

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drive tO a poittt near the 



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ths T/i6/^6 ^i$sue ttt tihe dally "jnteEIigeiriOG:?- ^s^tjj^nai" • 

article ^«7aa an "int$2?wi€3V? <>t HOX iRAHBStOUSISRj t-mo. stated lie 
f>3,,annBa ^ K3.an d(3mdnst?»at2,on in thliadelphi^ on Swndayi 
j/X{/66i but tha^ "aGtuaXly it will 5?e a ieot^nteJ? '0em0n$ti?at3:Gtiii 
We wiil' l3e py'ot^stinjs a, la^Jttpnsfe^atitjn by tjie COI^ in fi?£jnt 






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ROfsr 36!iyi!gKHOn^H at aiaiso tms aat&. 

liom bu^ REaiJl4 K0P5:iSZEtfSK|i_C^m?)n-2.aw wi£f $ of PRA^wKaomM* 
statoa that'HOti WlC* .$nd|_Z]# b^Hev^d ta bg I 
qrf 0i?0ensbp3?©* M^OnyJia^-SOne t& Maryland this .aaUSj, She 
•ststted thafe mOK- atndl [w^uid ^^^t-urn tt- Philadeaphaia on. 



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tjia^ ,h6 has a*ave^3,o:p0d a SQi«?0e ^iyliig u^aa? ERA)NKHC)'?y$iR*s. '\).Qm.t. 
l$3..Sotttli 3po«3?tii ^t3?e^tjj^ Ee^ditt^, Pa,^ attd this. s<>uoe advised 
W^ tk^^Wlv tJiat h$ ha& «^#ii ^ CliasS'ileir ^tatioK IMgori parked 
neaa? |!8AHK^Ql^Efl*©. home m a^ yea?^! :66e gaiQag» t^sii^ll?? W6ek6«ds, 
*pijts ^a3? has M^3?jr2;;&nd m4@l5S.@^_^_^ 



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visits of thi& pe3?s«R %t^ Readiiig* %♦* and 
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OPTIONAL FORM NO. 10^ 
-MAY 1962 EDITIOM 
GSA GEN. REG, NO. 27 




<^ GSA GEN. REG, NO. 27U* 

* UNIT^., STATES ^VERNMENT 

Memorandum 




TO. ': SAC, NORFOLK (IO5-56) 



date: 



7/12/66 



FROM • SA 



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On 6/8/66 . 
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Commencing on 6/6/66 Rev^ ROBERT :R. LONG of 
Richmond, Va., commenced ah Anglican Tinith Crusade in 
Smithfield, Va., at 405 Grace Street, Which is an open lot 
adjacent to a building owned by BERNARD WILLIAMS. ^CCLLIAMS' 
is a member of Unit 32 of the UKA, INC., KKKK, Smithfield, 
and he owns the lot where this crusad6 was held. 

,. . , On the night of 6/2/66 BERNARD WILLIAMS and JOE' 
BAILEY, the Exalted Cyclops of Unit 32, distributed leaflets 
announcing, the Anglican Truth Crusade to be held in Smithfield, 
They distributed these pamphlets in the Batter^ Park, .Rescue,, 
and Garrolltoh. areas of Isle of Wight County, Va.., just 
outside of Smithfield. KENNETH M. ADELSTEINj JR.,. and JAMES 
BARRETT, both members of Unit 32, distributed the same leaf- 
lets in the X\[indsor and .Zuhi, areas of Isle of ¥ight County 
and near Suffolk,.- Va. 



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157-201 
157-482 
157-381 
157-519 
157-389 
157-581 
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On th e nlKht o f 6/2/6 6 JAMES BARRETT stated that he 
was employed In I I work in I I be 
L Newport News« Va. He stated 



[and commented 
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tnat he I 

that he had been ! 

early part of 1955 for vhich he had to enter the hospital. 

On. the same night JOE BAZLEY stated that he planned ■ 
to contact SAM PRICE, Exalted Cyclops of the Portsmouth, Va^, 
Unit, and JOE BARNES, the Exalted Cyclops of Unit l4 in 
Nansemond County, Va., and request them to support the Anglican 
Truth Crusade in Smithfield, V^. 

On the night of -6/6/66 the following Klansmen were 
present at the Anglican Truth Crusade: 

. ROBERT R.- LONG (Richmond Unit, number unknown) 
JOSEPH BAILEY, Exalted Cyclops of Unit 32 
BERNARD WILLIAMS, Unit 32 
JIMMY BUNCH, Unit 32 
JAMES BARRETT, Unit 32 
SlM BARNES, Unit l4, Nansemond County 
HUBERT BROWN, Unit 14, Nansemond County 
WILLIAM BECK, Unit l4 

Approximately 25 people were in attendance for the 
first night. After the crusade was over there was some 
discussion among the Klan members about the possibility of 
holding a Klan rally at this location in Smithfield, Va. 
During the discussion SIM BARNES commented that he suspected 
a member of the Suffolk or Nansemond County Unit of the Klan 
to be an informant.- He stated this man is tod good a Klansmen; 
namely, is a real eager beaver and never misses a rally and 
asks to attend State. Meetings and is always asking questions. 
BARNES did not mention the name of this individual.. 

During the discussion several of the Klansmen 
appeared very elated to hear that JAMES MEREDITH had been shot 
and expressed the idea that they desired that he die, 

SIM BARNES stated that he had talked earlier vjith 
MAX E. COCHRAN, Chief of Police, Smithfield, and that COCHRAN 
stated that he had nothing against the Klan and according to 
BARNES, COCHRAN reportedly stated that his father had been 
a member of the Klan in North Carolina years ago. 



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During the crusade LONG was temperate in his speech 
as a group, of Negroes were sitting, outside their house adjacent 
to the .lot listening to him. The house was located within 
30 yards of the speaker's platform.' LONG criticized the 
National Council of Churches and particularly President 
JOHNSON for integration. 

A loud-speaker system was used diiring the crusade 
and after the crusade and discussion LONG mentioned that he " ■ 
had to return to Richmond that" night, but that he would return 
the following day for the next crusade-,. 

On "6/7/66 the second night of the Anglican Truth 
Crusade was held in Smithfield at the same location. The 
crusade was scheduled for the period 6/6-9/66 in Smithfield. 
The following were present on 6/7/66 at the crusade and all 
are KLansmen: ■ , 

ROBERT R. LONG (Richmond Unit) 
PRANK ZAHAREK (Hopewell Unit, number unknown) 
JOE BAII^Y, Exalted Cyclops, Unit 32 
(Ail others members of Unit 32) 
THOMAS M, PELTS 
BERNARD S. WILLIAMS 
JAMES BARRETT 
GEORGE PARKER 
JOHN ,M. PRUITT 
JABO EDWARDS 
■ HUBERT BROWN, Unit l4 

Attendance on this night was only 18 peojSe, including 
the above Klansmen and their families. 

During the crusade, while Rev.. LONG was speaking, 
four Negro males, who were standing by the Negro house adjacent 
to the lot where the crusade was held, starting approaching 
the speaker's platform and stopped 20 or 30 feet away while 
still in their- backyard. They bagan to talk loudly and to 
Heckle' LONG, who told them he was a segregationist preacher 
and asked them to leave as this meeting was only for white 
people. 

When this occurred, BERNARD WILLIAMS, who had been 
sitting in PELTS* automobile, went in the direction of the 
Negroes., while THOMAS M. PELTS and JAMES BARRETT departed in 
their automobiles, to obtain guns. PELTS lives one block 

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from the crusade site and therefore was not gone very long. 
WILLIAMS, PRUITT, GEORGE PARKER, and JOE BAILEY moved over 
in the direction of the Negro men and spoke with them and 
no incident occurred. The Negro men returned to the side 
of their residence . 

PRUITT later commented that one ^ of the Negroes had 
stated he wished that a bullet would get all of them. - Later 
FELTS and BARRETT both returned with weapons. Also, GEORGE- 
PARKER was observed holding a 'Nickel -plated revolver. 
This weapon or gun probably belonged to either BARRETT- or 
PELTS. - . 

Daring the above incident, PARiffiR, PELTS,, and 
WILLIAMS, appeared to become excited. WILLIAMS advised PELTS 
to contact the Chief of Police in Smithfield,. which lie 
apparently did, because shortly thereafter Chief of Police 
MAX E. COCHRAN, ^ Smithfield, one of his patrolmen/ and a 
deputy sheriff fromJsle of Wight County" were nearby on Grace 
Street . 

After the above incident,. Rev. LONG talked about 
15 minutes- longer, after which PRANK ZAHAREK gave the benedic- 
tion and closed the crusade for that night. 

After the crusade, the Klansmen decided that they 
would attempt to obtain support from the Portsmouth and^ 
Suffolk units of the. Klan for the crusade on the 'nights of 
6/8 and 9/66. Prom the conversation it appeared many of the 
members of Unit 32, Smithfield, would be there on the nights 
of 6/8 and 9/66 and would be heavily armed. 

On the night of 6/7/66 PRANK ZAHAREK stated that 



L Hope well^. Va., is 



he 



he resides at^ 

married, and JTs employed in the I H department of 
I I Hopewell. ZAHAREK is a member of 

the Hopewell Unit and he commented that he did shiftwork at b7c 
the above company. He mentioned that he had accompanied 
Rev. LONG to Alberta, Va., recently for a -crusade but only one- 
person had shown up for this crusade.. He stated he believed ■ 
the PJBI had knowledge of this crusade and that they somehow 
spread the word to prevent t he p ublic from attending •^ 
ZAHAREK is a white male, age |^ small build, 5^^" tail, ar>d 
about l4o pounds. 

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Rev.' LONG said, that , SAM PRICE' of the. Portsmouth 
Unit had been attempting to loc^'ate a location in Portsmouth', 
where Rev. LONG could hold .a cj^usade dioring the week of 
6/13-17/66, but .nothing definite was arranged. Therefore, 
Re.v.. -LONG stated-he possibly would go to Emporia, Va., instead* 

Both Rev. LONG and ZAHAREK were wearing Klan lapel . 
buttons and at- the rally on 6/7/66 ZAHAREK introduced Rev. 
LONG on the. platform. 

During the evening ZAHAREK stated that he would, 
send one of the' members of ' Unit 32 a copy of an article,-,, 
written by GEORGE LINCOLN ROCKWELL of the American Nazi' Party 
in Northern Virginia. ZAHAREK stated he believed the KL.ansmen " 
would find this article very interesting. 

It has been rioted that recently certain Klansmen, 
including MARSHALL ROBERT KQRNEGAY, Grand Dragon of the Klan 
in the State - of . Virginia, have spoken highly of ROCKWELL 
and the' American- Nazi Party. " "n 

PNU. FRANKHAUSER, thqf f ormej>Grand. Dragon of the Klan 
in. the state of Pennsylvania> rs-deTinitely connepted with ' 
the- American Nazi Party. 

PRANK ZAHAREK stated that on 6/8/66 he would 
carry his ..38 revolver to the crusade. JAMES BARRETT-. commented 
that; he would be on top of WILLIAMS ' buil.ding vrith a shotgiin 
or a rifle, in case trouble b3:'oke out. ' ■ ' 

■ There was further discussion about the possibility 
of holding a rally at this site in SraithfieM. Possibly 
BERNARD WILLIAMS would contact. DAVID MILLARD> the Titan of 
' the Klan in Virginia, who lives in Suffolk, about this. 

Rev. LONG would be in favor of holding a rally there if MILLARD 
woTjuld approve it. 

Rev, LONG announced that he would begin publishing 
the newspaper in August, 1966, to be called "The Anglican 
Crusader, " and that subscription for one year would be |3, 

JOSEPH DOWNEY, the former Klaliff of Uriit 32, who 
was recently kicked out or expelled from -bhafunit, appeared 
at the crusade for a few minutes and then departed.' 

The cojl^ction on 6/6/66 at the crusade amounted 
to $42.25, and on 6/7/66 $11,46 v/as collected. ' ' 

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MAY 1862 EDITION 

GSA GEN. REG. NO. 27 ^--"^ 

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On 6/29/66, informant furnished the following typed 



"June- 27th, 1966 



"On the above date the following information 
was obtained: 



| was picked up on High Street 

in Portsmouth by two men in a car and was carried 
to Norfolk, where he met Lincoln Rockwell for the 
first time.. He was not blindfolded and searched.- 
A total of twelve people, men and women, were in. 
attendance at this preliminary meeting. Rockwell Ts 
purpose^ for coming to Norfolk was to lay groundwork 
for the formation of a chapter of his Party in this 
city. He is expected to returri here for a- second 
meeting* at a later 'date, at which time membership 
and related matters will, be discussed. All requests 
for membership application forms must go through his 
Arlington office ♦ 



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Chief HAROLD C. ANDERSON, Norfolk, Va. PDaware of statement 
made by ROCKWELL* 



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his speech, he predicted a general uprising . 
this summer, of the Watts '£ type, in Norfolk^ and 
other parts of Virginia. That the civil rights groups, 
particularly CORE, BLACK MaSILMS, and SNICK, had 
stockpiled weapons and ammo. Rockwell wants block 
organizations to be set up with tv/o or three men 
in each block, not necessarily Party members, armed 
with carbines with 30 shot banana clips. He wanis 
motorcycle clubs, in this area, infiltratied for 
the purpose of directing members 's_ energies toward 
the Negro sections of the ci,ty, vrhen the shooting 
starts. 

"Charles Mackay, member of the Portsmouth U.K.A., 
was present. Also' attending this meeting was a man 
of about 60 or 65 years of age, whose last 
name is Prince arid a man under 30 years of age by • 
the name of Iiayis from Alabama, who is interested 
in joining the Klan. Rockwell wants all right wing 
people, Klansmen, Birchers, etc. to join his 
organization. M. R. Kornegay doesn't like Rockwell. 
Robert M, .Shelton wants to avoid any direct connection 
with the American Nazi Party. Shelton does not like 
Prankhouser ' s association with Rockwell and 
after Burros » s_ death, he was replaced as Grand 
Dragon of Penna. Also, Frankliouser couldn't 
get along With the -Grand Dragon of Dela ware, whom 
Shelton later had to kick out . ' | | was ' very much 



impressed with Rockwell. He said he was a very 

sincere person and the public had the wrong 

impression about him. However, he told Rockwell ^ 

that his first loyaMty was to Shelton. [ 



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Will not join the American Nazi Party, unless he 
has Shelton' s approval. Rockwell stated that all 
Nazi Party literature is now being printed in 
Dallas, Texas. He also said that the Party's 
funds were in a low ebb, 

"Rockwell has a friend in Norfolk who has met 
privately with him and voted for him when he ran 
for Governor of Virginia. This man is Harold Anderson, 
Chief of Police of Norfolk, Va. 



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Kornegay^ Adolf Hitler^ Barry Goldwat er and Jeffer son 

Davis* (He does not have a picture of \ . ) 



"Rockwell advised 



to use extreme caution 



in putting the swastika sticker on Synagogues and 
said the Jews would kill hirn if he was caught in 
the act. " ' 



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DATE: 6/24/66' 



FROM 



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of the fol lowing. This Informat ion- was typed. Into statement 
form by SA | I on 6/10/66 and was then read and 

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lilIKE and ROBERT SHELT.ON were both " all shook up»» at FRANKHOUSER^ s plans for the 

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FRANKHOUSER said that he is going to try and contact FRANK ROTELLO and have 
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been arrested for aarrying a concealed weapon at the Kian School in i3elav,rare soEie 



time ago, is .back in the area. FRANKHOUSER said that 



is in Potts ville. Pa,, 



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6/23/66 'by SA^ 

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called FRANKHQUSER«s^ 



place REGIWA id/HSZEWSKI answered. She said that SHELTON had telephoned earlier ' 



' . and is- ^'very upset" o SHELTON allegedly told REGINA that ERMK ROTELLA has be^n 

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asked to resign as lllan leader I'or ' j^jew jersey^ and that he^ 



" fe d ' up - with . H O Y", SHELTON ind jr catod tha t mAMHOUSER by ap ^e-a^i-n&~0^i.-^y;ie--^^dio-- 



y. ". ^.program had violated every precept of his oath as a Klansraan. 



REGINA said that MIKE DESMOND also telephoned and raised Hell about 



^ROT's appearance -oil the radio* 



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Brief description of activity or material 



Contact .betwHen M'^ke Desmond, King Kleagle of Pa 
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157-1111 ROBERT SHELTON 
157-69 ROY E. FRANKHOIJSBB- 

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ON M0N3AY JUNE 21, 1^66 THE KING KLEAGLE OF PENNSYLVANIA-, 
MIKE EESf./OND WAS IN' CONTACT WITH THE IMPERIAL WIZARD OF THE 

UNITED KLANS OF .AMERICA, ROBERT M. SHELTON, AT.SHELTONVS HOME 
111 TUSCALOOSA,, ALABA^^iA. 

DESMOND ASK SHELTON WHAT HE WAS GOING TO DO WITH THE- 
SITUATION IN "THE NORTH. :SHELTON SAID THAT HE WAGING TO COME 
TO THIS AREA WITHIN- THE NEXT TWO WEEKS AND MAKETT^EPING 
CHANGES IN THE 0RGANI2 nTI-ON AND THE LEAIERSHIP OF THE K0P(XH@:!X§(iXX 

•NORTHERN KLAN. 

. DESMOND TOLD SHELTON THAT ROY FRaKKHGUSER WaS GOING TO BE ON 

A PHILAIELPHIA RAEIO STATION THAT NIGHT. SHELTpN SHOWED HIS. 
DISPLEASURE AND SAID THATTMESE MEN' DID NOT KNOW WHAT IT MEANT TO 
TAKE ORDERS AND THAT HE HAD TALKED TO FRANK ROTELLA THE LAST WEEK 
AND HAD FOUND OUT A NUMBER OF THINGS. SHELTON WENT ON TO TELL 
DESMOND TO GET Wl TH .KORNAGAY . (OF VIRGINIA) AND WORK SOMETHING OUT 
WITH HIM TO GO TO VIRGINIA. DESMOND TOLD HIM THAT HE WAS IN THE 
PROCESS OF DOING THAT AND THAT HE PROBABLY WOULD .3E MOVING THERE 
IN JULY. 



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SAC, HUMDELPHIA ( 157-341 ) (P) 

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- Enclosed for .Baltimore is a brief ne^s - item, the only 
one in-Reading Pa,, papers regarding . the Elkton, Ma., Klan 
Rajly of 7/17/66. A Residing radio station, the night of 7/17/66, 
reported that ROY FRAMHOUSER ' addressed this Rally and quoted 
him as saying that all white -patriots should obtain weapons to 
protect themselves in the event the "black power advocated" 
took over and organized government and the police broke down. 

^ ^ '^ ?°^ ^^^° Baltimore^ ROY PRANKHOFSER had planned to 
depart Reading, Pa., the morning, of 7/16/66 accomp anied by two 
°*5®^ Pg^^pn s who are ■ pres ently resid ing with him, I "I 

and "NICK." I n is^ a^lfai^nwri ^' 1' 



L- E — II ■ 1° \ I .a.LJ.egeaiy sent to Reading . Pa.', bv the 

Kian to "cool off" is described white male, bo m| C 
5^3 s 140 pounds, light brown hair, blue eyes, I I. 

reportedly has Southern accent, "MICK" is believed to be 
Reverend RICHARD HAMEL. formerly of the Citizens Council 
(Boston Region), n I. Boston, Mass., allegedly a 



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2 - Boston (R.M.) 

2 - New York (R.M.) 

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Protestant" Minister,' who is also residing with inRANKHOtrSES at 

Sseiit, looking for work, and is. described as white male, about 
short and slender,, dark hair and beard. "NlCk," sordetimeS' be 
referred to as yNick'the'G^reek/^ is alleged to "have b^eh ih_J;ouch i^^c 
with FEIANKHOTJSER on several occasions 'during the past year "or so.. 
He is reported by sources to have been given the assignment by 
FRANKHOtJSER of infiltrating civil rights groups for benefit of the 
Klan, and one source, said.. "NICK^* stated he had formerly infiltrated 
Communist Party. -^_ -• • > 

Leads, 

BALTIMGEEs ' ' 

; At Elkton^ Mdo 



Wip furnish pertinent details regarding participatibn be 
of FRAMHQUSER, | | and "ICHeK" in Elkton Rally together with b7c 



ahy available photos of these men 

BOSTONI ■ - •'- 

At Boston, Mass, 



Will furnish Philadelphia ^any available information .re- 
garding Reverend RI€HARI>'HAMEL, including photo if one' is avaitabie. 

NEW YORK? ■ ■■ 

At-NeWrYork 0ity - ■ . 

Will check indices and furnish Philadelphia, any pertinent 
data regarding "Reverend RICHARB HAMEL, who, FRANKHOH^ER has stated, 
is from that city. 



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residing n^an jROY FRANl<HOySER*s home^, 133 Soutji *fth Street ^^ 
Reading^ Pb^.^ who i^ecently reported that he has seeii a 
Maryland Chrysler station wagon parked at FRANKHOlJSEii*s 
home on sei/eral occa sions i» us ually weekends^ This. Chrysler 
has Marylana license 



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also stated t hai: his source^ and 



also inforftiation received from. Troop^^r 

has sources among the Italians "south of Penn" indicate 

that these Italians a re sore at FRANKHOUSER yegatise of 



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SA MICHAEL % DAVIS 



:CODNTERINTELLIGEN-CE PROGRAM 
INTERNAL SECURITY 
DISRUPTION OF HATE GROUPS 
(ROY E. FRANKHOUSER; 
ROBERT MARVIN SHELtON) 
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The Bureau is interested in a counterintelligence 
suggestion that will c&use friction between SHELTOl^ and 
FRANKHOUSER and cause SHELTON to expel FRANKHOUSER from 
the Kl^n. If possible.^ it would be desirable to cause . 
embarrassjftent to both SHELTON' and the Klan^ 

It is noted that SHELTON was caused concern by a 
radio broadcast by FRANKIJQUSER and tha.t irritation already 
exists between these two men* 



The memorandum of SA I em 

titled ROY E^. FRANKHOUSER dated 7/77e& reflects th^ 
following items of interest: 



1. Both I I and FRANKHOUSjER are 

driving, wither* ^ proper driver's license* 



2. FRANKHOUSER claims; that he and | [ talked 
themselves out of a traffic ari?est (driving through a red 
light 5 driving without a license) at a time whfen they had 
a machine gun iai their p6sses,sipn. 

3. FRANKHOUSER is armed '0^ his trips and 
recently purchased a snub-nosed .SS', serial number 2^35, 
which he claims is registered* ^ 



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operation and feasibility:: 



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Pennsylvania by local police for driving without a 
license when they have any type of illegal arms in 
their car* ' . r 

The point of the traffic arrest is th^t inci^ 
dental to that arrest the car could be searched arid 
the weapons found. 

2^ The arrest of FRANKHOUSER in ijlew Jersey 
while in possession of any type of fireai&m registered . 
in any state other than New Jersey* 

The New Jersey gun law is so written that even 
law enforcement officers of other states cannot legally 
carry a side arm in that state unless it is registered 
under New Jersey law. 

a. the possibility of an arrest of FRANKHOUSER 
on the Federal charge of possession of a machine gun or 
machine, pistol. 

It is noted that the UKA^ KKKK, as a matter of avowed 
policy deplores violence and the possession and use pf fireaipms 
by its people. In view pf FRANKHOUSER * s known habits and views 
concerning both weaponry and violence, it is felt that this 
area offers possibilities for counterintelligence suggeBtions 
and action. 

While it is desirable that any arrest be based on 
probable cause, so that the arrest and subsequent search are 
legal and will support a conviction, it should be kept in 
mind tMt the aims Sf this program will be served by adverse 
publicity that wiLl increase the irritation between SHELtON 
and FRANKHOUSER, 

It is noted that without any outside aid the 
personalities, plans, arid viewpoints of these two men will 
tend to increase tension between them but it should be 
considered that we have an obligation to other agencies, 
including 5 where pertinent. New Jersey authorities, to advise 
them of possible violations of laws under their jurisdiction 
known to us from informants or other sources. 



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In considering the above ^ it §hpuld be noted 
that FRANKHGUSER* s position in, Klan -activities in this, 
state is such that a break with UKA> KKKK^ on the part 
of FRANKHOUSER could signal the attachment of Pennsylvania 
Klan Kiavers to another national Kiah outfit more extreme 
irhan UKA. It is desirable at this time: to regard 
FRANKHOUSER, the individual j as our primary counterintelli- 
gonce target to minimise this possibility. 



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"Friday, July 8,. 1956 

"On the evening of 7/8/66 ROY FRANKHOUSER and 
JOHN CANARIS spbke by phbne at some .length, 
FRANKHOUSER said that thei>e. will be a meeting 
Tuesday ev^ning> 77i;2/66., at hishoina-, 133 South 
i|th Street, Reading^ Pa^^ , btit nothing prior tb 
that time. FRANKHOUSER was <!alling fpom his 
mt>ther*s home in WeSt. Wyomisging, Pa., where he 
had. gone to see her* His stepfather is reportedly 
in the hospital and, ROY t ooJc advantage of his 
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"FRANKHOUSER told GANARIS thatihe new training 
program will begin with the meeting Tuesday. 
FRANKHOUSER also iristructisd CANARIS to "go" oyer 
the files and records*" FlRANKHOUSER e-3£piained that 
it is his intention to have copies made' of everything. 
He will retain one- s.^t and CANARIS will keep the 
other for safety*" 



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almost incoherent with rage and had to calun down to speak lucidly. Eventually he 



related that he and the Delaware Klansmen have been unable- to locate MIKE DESMOND^ 



who has all FRANKHOUSER' s records, funds and the mimeograph machine that had been 



used ty the local group 

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-tiD-^fRMKHOUSER-BEN-lS-MGI^ from Delaware' 

ii-~s-takGd^^utlLJ)ES]lffl)NDi-s-4:i-Qme^^ ; FR A NKHOUSER sa -id^ 

DE^IOND di d not appear in Court yesterday as he v/as supposed to -on the gun charge 
arising from his arrest ty the Delaware State Poloce at; the Klan School near Wil-' 



mington last March. FRMKHOUSER theorizes tHat DE'SF^OKD has gone to Virginia where, 



SERGEANT told him, there is a Klan rally this weekeild. FRMKHOUSER said that he and 



SERGEANT -are going, to Virginia to this rally and after it is over they plan to^ise 



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-return the records-a^d-funds-*- 
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that they can do this v/ith impunity because DESMON D p 



is a fugitive and anyone can seize him. HtiANKHOUSER alsoi^id he knows noticing of 



any plans for any rally in Pennsylvania at this time, that DESMOND had, been in pharge 



of all arrangements and noone has been able to- reach him for some time. 



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FROMs 



SAC (157-341) 
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SUBJECTS UKA, KKKKj 
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On.,6/25/66, 



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DEaiOND had promised to- bring all the Klan records ana runas, to be'- turned ;' ''"<■' ;' i'"' 



o v er to FRAN -IgK 



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FRAMKHOUSER said thg^t RICHARD GRM.. had telephoned SAM TRAYLOR in KLorida p V 



": ~ .;-' and told him about DESMOND going to Virginia with the Klan trucko TRAILOR had;^, "'"[ 

put up part of the money used to buy this truck, and. he, told GRIM that i£^\' ■ ^^ ft,\ 



DEST.tOl© did not return this money* of ' the truck TEIAYLOR would get a gun aM go 
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^small group at ]*RANICHOUSER» s home at 8 FM that evening,.^ 'CANAKES has to work and will 



be unable to- abtend> bat he Will contact FRANKHOUSER later to determine what -is 



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SUBJECT :roy E*. PRANKHOUSER, aka 
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On 7/18/66 1 I made available three 

mimeographed items which had been received that date from 
ROY FRANIOiOUSER,- These original sheets are being retained 
in the IrA of subject's file, 
follows ; 



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1, Single sheet letter size, captioned, "Patriotic 
Song Sheet" containing two songs and two chants anti -Negro 
in nature, , 

at the bottom of the sheet is mimeographed, "All 
songs .and chants original with R. E. FRANKHOUSER - July 15, 
1966, - White Man Fight J Defend White Supremacy. Protect 
yourself from Coons, Communists and Criminals - America for 
Whites * Africa for Blacks." 

2. Mimeographed letter dated 7/11/66, rubber stamp 
heading, "United Elans of America - Penna,. Headquarters, P.O. 
Box 1432, .Reading, Pa., 19603." Letter is addressed to 
"Esteemed Klansraen," and states in part, "We are reorganizing 
the Realm of Pennsylvania. MIKE DESMOND who was King Kleagle 
is no longer with us," then continues with a plea, for support 
for Rally Sites, the formation of new Klaverns, supplying 
transportation for Klan leaders over weekends, "small tasks" 
such as addressing envelopes, women interested in an auxiliary 



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and prompt payment of back dues by members 'in arrears. This 
■ letter is signed WILLIAM. E, BOND, Grand Night Hawk, Realm 
.of Pennsylvania. ... 

3." Three |jage mimeographed flyer, captioned, "The 
Klansman Bulletin, UKA,, KKKK. " This flyer in part relates 
alleged distxirbances. and. uprisings ;by Negroes in various 
locations. The last page cbnciudes as follows: 

"This Bulletin will be published bi-weekly and will 
eventtially have a page or more for the most important 
news from each s.tate, 

"You must do your part to help coordinate our 
activities and thus give our readers as wide a 
coverage of activities as possible in your area., 
.May God give us White Gentile Americans the 
strength to be free and never- surrender, **** Join 
your local unit of the United iCLans of America today. 

"Pennsylvania - P. 0. Box 1432, Reading, Pennsylvania 

•• . Maryland - VERNON NMASTERi- Baltimore, Md. 

"Delaware ^ BEN SARGENT, Newark, Delaware 

"New Jersey - P. 5,, Box 242, Bridget on, N.J. 

' M***4 Tiie Klansiiien will fight' to oui? last breath ** 
to-rid our country of this insidious plague**,.. Rallies 
will be held every weekend from now oh. Be^there. ■^^* 
Help support this publication ** help pay. for our 
printing.'by your assistance. Address* P. 0. Box 
1432, Reading, Pennsylvania **." 



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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL B.UKEAU OF INVESTIGATION 

Baltimore, Maryland 



July 18, 1966 



RE: UNITED' KLANS OP AMERICA 

KNIGHTS OP THE KU KLUX KLAM (UKA) 



State 
Klans 



On July 16, 1966 Lt.l 

Police J North East^ Maryland^ 



], Maryland 
fche United 



advised tnat 
of America, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (UICA)^ held a/ 
rally earlier that evening from approxi)nately 8:15 p*in» until, 
11:00 p.m. at the Klan meeting site located at the foot of 
Frenchtown Road off Route 213^ Elkton^. Maryland. He continued 
that there were approximately four hundred persons in attendance. 



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P, SARTIN, SR., 
J. NAIMASTER^ Mary] 



advised that the speakers were BENJAMIN 
Great Titan of the- Realm of Delaware UKAj ^/ERNON 

1 Klnnsman; LA^fTON BPvAUN, 'King Kleagle of 
the Maryland Klan: ROY FRA.NKHOUSER, Grand Dragon of the 
Pennsylvania Kxan; CHARLES LUTHARDT^ a self-announced candidate 
fox' Governor of Maryland and -c; White Supremist; and an un- 
identified person introduced, only as Mr* X. Mr. X v/as identi- 
fied only as a man who had been a member of the Communist Party 
since the age of 12. 



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The speakers' main themes were that they were against 
•negroes and cited riots in Fhiladelphia;, Chicago, and Baltimore 
as reasons vrhy people should be against the negroes. They 
also urged white persons to get out and vote. 

PRANKHOUSER, t.ue featured speaker, stated that ^ 
"Black Power is a revolutionai.-'y plot to kill every white child.' 
He stated further that ''individual whites should arm themselves 
in case our police forces should be unable to act against 
negro violence." 

FRANimOUSER also stated that "negroes involved in 
the riots and civil rights activities are nothing but tools.. ^ 
of the Communist Party." FRANKHOUSER called for "VJhite Power 
to eraerge. He defined VJhite Power as that which includes the 
arming of individual whites to' come, to the aid of police in 
cases of attack and every white registering and voting for the 
Klan viewpoint. 



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advi?3cl the rally vas very orderly and no ^^^^ 



arrests or in cid-snl.:^ occ".r."ed. ' He stated the rally concluded 
with a burning of .-. .;ifty foot cross. 

A source advised th'dt JOHN LULWICK, Exalted Cyclops " 
of Delaware Klan Unit #3, Newark, Delaware, indi,cated that ^ 
"they" had gotten seven new recruits to be sworn in at a laoer 
date . • ■ ' . 

A characterl'satioa of the UiiA is appended hereto.. 



UNIT^I STATES DEPARTIvElNT OF JUS»E 

FEDERAL ETJF.EiM' 0? IRv'ESTIGATION 

408 Post Office Building 
Baltimore, Maryland 21202 

juj.y 18, 1966 



Title: UNITED KLANS OP AMERICA, 

KNIGHTS ■ OF THE KU. KLUX KLAN 

Character: RM r- KLAN 

Reference: Report of SA ROBERT E. ZINN 
dated and captioned as above. 

All sources (except any listed below) whose identities 
are concealed in referenced" comnranication have- furni shea 
reliable information in the past.' 



This document cratains neither recommendations nor 
conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI and 
is loaned to your agency; :t and its contents .are not to oe 
distributed outside your agency. 



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■At-about I2-.;l^ m this .date REGINA KUPISZElJ^SKI took a Yellowr Cab from 



133 S.' Utb St., to U5l Spring Garden St., Reading, Pa. The cab driver happened to 



be a man REGINA krie© and she told him 



that date. • 



RmiNA told 



that ROY PRANKHOUSER wanted 



to come 






and see him that evening after work. -She said t ha^t ROY would bs meeting with_SOTi|e' ~^ 



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— also-mentioned-tha-fe-a-Re-^'^r— HAM-LE-T— (- ■og^AMLE-TM^atiUjIasfiaf.bn s f t t. s wou ld- be therg. 
„_REGINA said that this R ev.. HmtLET was not in the Klan, but w as in sympathy with them. 
REGINA said" that she thinks Rev. HAtilLET is crazy, and she spoke of him as " another 



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UNITED S.TATES GOVERNMENT 
MEMORANDUM 



'TO I 

FRpMj 

SUBJECT! 



SAC (157-1761) 
SA 



KM - KLAN 



DATES' 7/21/66 



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information in th e past^ 
information, to SA 
•statement form by 
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orally in per son provided the following 

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and was then re.ad and 
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2 -, Baltimore (Info). (RM) 
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1 - i57>'1761 I 

1 T i57-NEW (UNSUBj Local Minister 
interested in th e Klan) 

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.visit ed ROY PRAM HOUSER: at- the, latter'' s- hom e, ,^6 ; . 



133 S* Uth St.j Readins^ Pa. ^ to » discuss things*** FRANKHOUSER said thstt^ 



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.MIKE DESMOND was -elx^pecte'd/but he did not show up.' 



had been there 



earlier that diiy* Accoiding to ERANKHOUSER^ DESMOND is 'supposed to bring him ' . ,^x \ 



. ^ the Klan membership records and records of Klan activities.- FRANKHOUSER has- '■'' 

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— -«.w, «_*-^ ^ ,, ™ : _ ' ' - •. _ _- 

a file cabinet 'with a lock in whicif he~*int"encrs toHceep^tliesir.'TDi^^ 

w,. -* -^^--i-ock"he--^ls-a-^are^--a-da:b-of-sea^^^ 

'-^^ is sorfl at DESMOND^ the Gett y sburfy Rally planned has " fizzled out*', 

FRANKHOUSER and 



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went over about ^0 cards which were ,Klah apr 



plications,. One of these v/as in the najsie of 



%-omissin?^^ Pa. ^ and another was in the nanje of 



, ' Norristown, 



Pa. There is also, apcordijag to FRANKHOUSER a mnister from this area v^-ho Is"'; 
intere'sted, but^?KAl^llUiUU5ll;it aid~not ifientioti'^hlr~svarrfsTLOTi^ — Most of .thg-oUjier 



^applic^mts-v,'ere--Trre??Hfche-Phi-ladelphi-ar^ 



^^^a_.few fro m New Jersey ' and Maryland. FRANKHOUSER tried to^ call 



not at /imnmnHmiiimmimMum j^ome. 



^ra s > there w ere , a lso .. I |M 

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FRANKHOUSER said that he and REGINA, are getting Harried > but did. not say>- 



when or v/here. 



FRANKHOUSER* s car is in, Havre *de*G3r^xe,: Md. ' ^ According to FRANKHOUSES^ 



ry 




'x3"~sttXlrlTriS^^ N . J.; ' ^here ' iii ^ i^ioide s o r b uf a ne^ r o demqn' * -b e -fi ^ ^| 

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^s-tFa%j;^a - g oing - on-th g-re^J will-^be~back. in ;ai-tiouple,.of. daya^._.ERAHKHQ]ISiiR ^ -^iS^i ''4 

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sai d he is. t rying to get tvro Klan groups chartered- in' that area. There are ai- tWif-'f 



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ready three Klaverns in the Philadelphia area according. 'to FEANKHOUSER. '-^ ■■'■; ' mM 

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FRANKHOUSER said that he -will have IiOGER % the weapons man, c.ontacCi*^ 



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soon.- Plans are being made to have a guerilla tra ining .sessioh 



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'MAY 1962 fOtTION 
.y OSA OKN. MO, NO. 27 



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■^ATt: 7/21/66 



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ROY Eo FRANKHOUSER 



On 7/ll/66, | I who has furnished 

reliable information xn the past ^ ' orally adyised SA 
I I of the following Th is 4i n forma- 

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7/13/66. 



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Madelphia 

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— last evening thare - was a mee ting of sever al persons who HOY FRAMHOUSER 



_._3aid were Kla n smen, at MlANKHO USER^s home. The following persbns. were in attendance j 
■ ROY E. FRflNKHOUSER, | | and| |,, who have all- be'en described tef ore* b? 



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;:; around 200 lbs., wavy grey haii*. BEN was said to be from Delaware* 



( hair which v/as greying, straight with only a slight wave, This man was supposed to 



; be the Grand Kleagle from Marylatfdo He had been one of the "s peakers at the -Ulan 
riiSia-i-TTTTgttlKg ii - am, Fa., April 23, l p66 . Illb na m e la "LYN GH'^ — ■-.-,^.^^^^-. ^ -^^ 



'. .^e n^an was about 25-27 years old, 5 '10-11", 1^0' lbs.,' slender build, light brd 



""A. "Alh-UfikncWn-ntan--i3r-hi-a-lai;e-ij0s7--about-6-»Hi-ali^Hdw^^ 
^(H^ad^-s4a?ad-ght-4>r-own--^8lr-y-Jwiore-g3assea.-andJ^ ... ..'. 



B..A man referred to as" BEN" , about 55 -6o' years . old . 5«8" tall, heavy build. 



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C, A tall (■6«2" ) heavy-set man ( about 220 lbs.) in his early ^Os with black 



-......^^^ — ._s_&-.E,: — Thls-rLaupa.eLjirfirfl tnpftthnr and sat side by side on. a.couch,. but'the woman. 

was not v/earin;;.a wedding ring, apparantly they are "going t6gether"but not- married . "> 9^. 






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hair, crew cut', nice looking' fellow. 



The woman was about 2$, ^»7" ( tall^for 'a -woman,) ,.,abbut 130 Ibs,,,:^ 



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1 The_manjwas abput,,30^_6l^_1 7g,lbs> > wavy brav/ri hair* The woman was 

about 35, 5 '5-6", 12^ lbg>, her light blonde hair appeared to have been bleached. She 






wore glasses and had some pockmarks on her face. 



During the meeting PRANKHOUSER mentioned -that FRANK ROTELLA when he 



had been in Reading, Ba., had run up a telephone bill oh JRA NKHOUSER<s -phone of '^'l li2-..^ 







- J^g^-i Monday, 7/IX/66 



-flMKHpi]SER_said, t!BL.he_wants .to have a raIXy this . coming weekend,' and ..has soine ffia,t^.r.ia.I 
to be .iriimeo^aphed for distribution. • .; •---'.;.• ' ■' . ' '.•- >.- 



"BEN" the man from Delaware mentioned tha't ths" Deiav/ari Klan has he en haying "b J 



••c?lambal<es at the home ofw SARTINT'who apparantly has. a yevy nxce^ place '^omeSS 



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--^-have-^-iaan-rai^r-at-SAR^N-»^- place ;■- -. '— - ..■. . ••- .■ " \/\ 



] and will be ostensibly held by the Maryland people, using the name of the. new front- 



J group. JiTHANKHOUSER also s-aid that there wil l be a meeting at his home ' ( /l^/bb at 



F G.HJ. IL it> plaiiued .1 



At -abQu.t 6.)|< XM 7/11/^ " 



_ -callfid RO Y FRAWrr-HOU SER tn.ri^t^-rm^ri^' 



what the plaits are for the next few days. 



had left tte Sunday meeting early' 



becaus(3 of a prior comrai.ttment. FRMKHOUSER told 



that there is a . rally- 



planned for this- coming Saturday night. It. will be held near Wilmington, Delaware,. 




a-ral-3y-efyer y weele nd-dbn^-^-fee- lmm edi a it-e-^ future . 



'■ "^ TOT JateraturlTTianged-oi^^^ he stated the- new - 

j-iaan-^-i^-tr-g^p-v^^d^be-pa^te ^ v.-qs q lea f l e b -Oi^^e-.H: ghtihe .. iin . r ican H ab l uiis 
^i>ats^..au±g_2Q2_Al^_ Bldg«, IfashinKton , ■? , D . O a . .. .a n^^.a.IeaflgdLisapj 
Action, also-bearing the- name of the Fighting American Nationalists. Both these items 




were undated, although the latter carried an excerpt of the Baltimore Evening Sun, 



dated 11/20/62.. Both §lso. bore in addition to the national HQ' carried several local. 



•. addresses in' various cities including Box 3ii2,. Philadelphia, 7, Pa., and Box llt32" 



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telephonically furnished 

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I J and was then read and i nitialed bv the informant on 

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^2. - Baltimore (infQ-) (RM) 
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1 - 157-^1914 
^il " 157-1764. 

% 105-4158 

1^- 157-1586 

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visited ROY F RANK HOUSER at tla lad^.ter ;!:S home:, on . 



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the uornln g of 6/27/66. MIKE DESMOND ^ accbrdlns to gRANl ffl6yS.ER "was, supp osed; to'ff ^ |i 



60K|e that morning, but' as of about 2 Bd had not arrived -. JESMKHOUSER said 



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that there v/ilX be a Klan RaX3y at Gettysbwg, Pa., Swiday'pr-' July 3/4?66 ' :\' ; 



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;>, ' ' disturbance; EEtftNKHOUSER related that ] [y eatained jn 'Hew' Jersey and, he rgtTffl:ie(|y 



j ■.; -,,,: -.n, ; , ^^y^ ^^ j. ^j^^KHQUg g R rc laim6d thai he' recieived a bill o£ .^ lZ.,Q<^-£ov i'G:ydh'i> Miid. 






! ', 1^: held July U, 1966 by BEN SERGEANT, a Klan Official from Maryland^: to be- hel^ at be 



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-FR/raOUSiE-toM 



6/26/66 that he and 



4ihat-he-had--been^n-B-i1i^SetoivH7:J^: 
had gone there and obs erved the NAAGP piGke..txns! b6 m 



■ the State Police at Bridgeton, N.J» but they:- did' not becfflnJeilrm^ ^ 



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alone, but he did not say how he travelled 



IRANKHOUSER' s Vauxhall is still broken down and stored xn Mary- . .-,1. 



-part s » . Ho -4-o es not know whe : 
. . ERANICHOUSER invited 



_gei-the— car— back. 



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and his wife to attend a. d^mbake tgTbe.-rrim 



SERGEANT'S home near T/lfilmington 



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SZEWSKI are'-l^ing taken in the car of another couple who he did not identify, 
told FRANKHOUgER that he will not \ ah\T. tn" at1ifing~-^is ariair; 



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■ cording to HOFM, -SGfflVEIKERT_has^ resig ned from the Mer ic an ti&zi Earty. - EMS- 



SCHIEIKERT told HOFF^m that ty doing this he ^ill be in a posi tion to " .bl ast"' . 



^ Berks. eourilyWcard if. they publish anything/about him b^inga ,Nali,- SCH8^IKER.T,- 



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p..dnn^ .Pa.. and ERM KHOUSER_shg^ved_(m^IS,_a^^^ he.recehtly 



acquired^ Ih is Seapbn has " Undercov er" on the barrel and the^rial number is 2lg. 



mNKHOUSIR alio dust acquired ano1i.er 30- 06 cali^'^ 1.. mm. ^a. m^^-^;£ 



•to YffLLIM BOND^whowas also present at PRANKHOUSER' s home. 






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l^MK HOUSER said that Monday a week th e^ will begin U-aliiing a H^-6ap;^;j^^r'| 
;liua. gRAHiaiQUQER oeem g--^-b&-^gaek4Rg--4^-iaental5jv4i^ 




^ v,ov .= v^vn..,-! r-Allv oTmn^f.' all the time. FRANKHQUSER mditii^jgd^ 
^tagey^-ea sily and s h ak es ■ p l:yaxcaliyi— ajJDOHT> axj. u^ , — . 



that ROGER HOFRIM is. not interested in "us" anymore. 



FRANKHOUSER has a lot 'of pistols aro und his place, they ^re all Hept . . 



loaded.- MLLIAM BOND .has a .30. calibre carbine and kee ps a long "bananna clip"^ in 




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COONS AI© COMSPmATOlS . lEARU THE mUTH. ABOUT THE VOUHJDKL VROSTmiBB VffiO ARE • 
SEEiBlG OUT OUR COUiraiX, OUR HEUIEAGE AND OUR HSOHJS, lEARN ABOUT G3IJ-AMJIC mWSI 

siai^iE ROHonra- xou a? roua tax wums fce hotjr mtiom l com-mbm* ■'• 

SOUM Rirn A i'MlKA COULD STiVRVE MB lIGBOm' WOULD CARE A STSATtJ ABOUT IT, . 

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A MERICA IS EXTORTED AMD NOBODI FEELS PITT FOl US'. ■ 

IfHAT ALOUE CAN' SAVE /aMlCA? C0I4E /iND HEAR TIIE SEVEN PODnS FOR S/iLVATION 
AND NATION L RFmBSANCE. STOP HACK POVflSR mil 

COMB om com all ' •' 

KLiMI RALLY 
ADDRESS: ELICTON, MARICLAI© ON ROUTE 213. Tl'JO I-DIES SOUTH OFF OF ROUTE 41 AT THE 

OLD FREI-ICH TOWl^ TAVERN ON TICS EHC RIVHl . 

TI1.IEJ SAT. JULT I7,^e^,l-L,..J1ALLIES HEIi).EVEllY SAT. NIC-HT(DIFPE1MW LOGATIOM) 

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ICLA^I SPEAIffiR- ROr E, FRiU^OUSER. Da-.IT WITH THE COI-HiWIST CEECDIAIS. 

SUl-ttlER FOR THE ICLAN iiAlTAGEI-iEI^IT . BEI>I SAllTOP^ GREAT TITAN OF v 

DEL&V7ARE. UNITED HL'^JJS OF Al«MiKA, DIG,, SUITE 401, A ISTON BLDG,, TUSCALOOSA; 

AIAB;a'IA. DEDICATED TO THE PRESHTV'ATION OF VmiTE SUPREMOY, ■•'■'' 

Wi t^^B^DTsi OS / - 

. ADI-aSSION TO COVBa E}d=ENSE OF POSTERS I\m FROEERTT * 

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5?iily IX, 1966 

ISSTiraiED KTuANSliEN: ' . ■ ' 

This is to let you foow that ve ^«r&^orssxi±zixx$ t|^,re^lja' of Pennsylvania* 
^ liLke Desmond, yho. was Kins Ivleagl^ is. no. long«ar wltsj ;us, ' 

Theref or^j^, at this time, it is i^rgent that all vho ^& still .concerned 
vith the preservation of our order, t|> those we ask,, leb us \^iow of any rally' 
sites wher<^^^e can hold a meetjng, vH^jah .is vitally necessary ityre are to 

continue |h the fight. . ,. ...>;.• .-. . .: ' ,^ . 

JU^-'-Who ape -interested in o^fgargslng a Klavem in yo# ovm tov^t^fealJc t^ 
yo\i®.» ftiends, IJhen you have 15 or ni^re interested person^ please i^tlfyus^ 
Anyone who can supply transpor^iatipn to Klan Officer '^ver "th^V^ekends;- 
or who ha^jr access to printing mat^ial or anyone who wishes ^p help^ our ' 
great cause by addressing envelop^ or other small tasks whith will greatly 
help pur organization in our critical pej::ioa, please contact ^ and ve will 
give you ah opportunity to sexre. our great patriotic xause^ ' i / 

Msp any wdmen who are interested in ^starting or helping a l4>men'^ , ^ 
Auxiliary, are urgently needed* 
/ The hour is late and our future activities depend onyour^ cooperation* 

To all duos paying m^ribers who* are in arrears , please contact u^^j^ w# 
c^an continue to grow in strength* 

Urgent that all replies be received within the next 5 d«^Se 

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imm SAC, PHILADELPHIA (,15 7 -W?) 

..... — MINUjiSMEN - t^fOWkttm miit-EMtm (INTEENAL 'SEGURITt)^ 
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m AirSUST' SECOND LAST. A MLtABLE PHXLA.^y)^CE ADVISED 
tHAT mt E, FEANIOJOUSES., READING, PA.,, FORlffiELY AFFILIATED 
WITH THE HIJfUTEMEN, SAID THAT HE CFRAHKffOtJSER) IS 6DIN6 TO. 
WASHIWGTOM., D.C.,. SATURDAY,' A06UST SIX NE,XT, WHERE WBERT 
DE PpSH, MATIONAL HEAD OF THE MIHUTEMEH, IS HAYING A MEETING 
AT THE PENfr SHERATON HOTEL. PHILA*. NOTES FRANKHOUSER PRO- 
BABLY MEANT PAM SHERATON. FRAJIKHOUSER IS ALLEGEDLY GOING 
WITH "SOMfi LOCAL OFFICERS." 



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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

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date: 8/4-/66 



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ROY £• FRANKHOUSER 
RM - KLAN 



On 7/27/66, Mr. 



WHO REQUESTED THAT 



HIS IDENTITY BE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL , furnished the following 
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Source made available^ five snapshots of several 
persons including a white male in a minister's garb. Source 
said that these were FRANKHOUSER ' s property and there was a 
letter with them from Reverend RICHARD HAMEL. Source says 
he has never seen the individual who had been staying with 
FRANKHOUSER, but believes he is HAMEL. He stated that FRANKHOUSER 
claims HAMEL is no longer staying with FRANKHOUSER at 133 South 
4th Street, Reading, Pa., that he had kicked him out. Source 
must have these original prints back again . 

According to the source, FRANKHOUSER says he is 
done being a "patsy." Source stated that "He (FRANKHOUSER) 
had done you some good before and can again." Source 
intimated that FRANKHOUSER is through with the Klan and that 
he is thinking about contacting the FBI with information. 

Source was advised that the FBI will accept any 
material that FRANKHOUSER wants to volunteer. 

Source said he is trying to persuade FRANKHOUSER to 
stop his "political activities" and get a job and feels that h e 
will do this in the near fu ture. Source ment ion ed that| | 

I I recent ly secured a j ob | for I 

L It is possible that | | may be the one 

which another source recently was referring to when he sta ted 
that ROY may get a job through his step-father. 



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SUBJECTS 



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UKA, KKECKj 
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.- On-.-6/23/66^ I L who has furnished reliabl e 

Information in the past, orally advisi^d SA I [ i=f 

of the following, -This Inf ©ririatipn was ■ typed on b/23/t>fc> into ^i- 

statement form by SA I I, and was "then read and initialed •bv '^'.^ 



the informant on 7/15/55 o It is maintained in 



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2 - Charlotte (R,Mo) 

2 - Washington . Field (R.MoO 

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1 - 157-1646 (UKA^KKKK/ pa;) 
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Thursday 3 June 23 ^^ 1966^ 



visited ROY FMNKKOUSER a^the latter^ s- ho^ae Oja the „ ,, / b6 i; 



teorning of 6/23/66. 



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•who is from'** downT5^;^Jff South" and 'has been 'b7D y 



staying with FRMKHOUSER for some weeks was also present.. 



is looking fa 



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in the Reading area, and FRANiaiOUSER> knt)wing that 
private concern, suggested'That ] [ clieclc"^he"yell0vy page&"orTEe^telepiione ^ '' 

" di"rffct"ory'**"and 'ctaitacirl-ocai-ct)ncerns-dt)in-g--tliis' -typcrwork-^"03^-e)?g^li^;^eri-^^ 




J?ROKHOUSEE_told. 



_iJb.^di»k^>_,Bfaa^ a;oh e to 



Nort h Carolina last Saturday. They Had gone dovm ifx ERMKHOUSER' s Vauxhall>. 



BEE\^ER^, the only one of the trio v/itii a drivers license drove*. In North 



Carolina they visited a friend of 



's who provided them w ith one Thompson 



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Sub-Machine Gun,, four greriades and a .30 Carbine. ^^fy-/:)Ljliib^/^^ FRANKHOUSBE: said 
this wan, whom he did. not name. Uvea " ;jvl3V over ^he line in iNJorth Carolina". '^ 
"Then-t-fae y drove "ba ck-"troHf'/asMn^ 



■ FPAWKH0USER-,Qbjj5,ct ed tQ _:his leav ing them since neither, he- nor 



had a drivers 



license, but he did so ai^vay. FEANKHOUSER said this was " in the heart of J^Jcgg^ 



Niggertown" • 



then drove and just a few blocks away ran 'a red light dind 



v/as stopped by a D.C. Policeman. According to FRANKHDtJSER the weapons were covered • 



'%;.i;-- in the bacJiL-and the Officer did noji see thern:* ffht^^were unable to produce a ^ 



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L -llVi^^ tr^avelling. back h ome and had gotten lbs t enroute.. - .They w e re driving in Maryland 



later -when the Vauxhall, which had been giving t'hem trouble earlier stopped com-' ' 






pletely* FRANKHOUSER- said it was generator trouble.. He allegedly called RICHaRD*^ ^\:>. 



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that t hey might be stopped on the turnpike for^ihat reason. Then FEUNKHOUSER ' 
called VERNON LEAMASTER^ LEAJAASTER was not Koae but- his: wife report?i,dly was an4;^ ;,; 

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(^'knew a Klanaman who lived near the town v/h*ere ERANKHOUSM and 



wer,e stailed^'bTc: 



i^V " ,She contacted -this ran and he met the two and brought thera back to Reading^ PaiN;.];; ' 






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-parryxngT 
---FEANKHOUSER!cS- ^?auxha-Il- -v;as-a&f t»dja-a^f enced--enclo sitaie-uisexLJ^^ 



, Pol ice to store vehicles brokendown on the higtoy*. 
, FRANICHOUSER and 






arrived back in Reading/ Pa. ^ late Sunday- night. ^ 



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I had been out on the jnorning of 6/23/66. looking, for vi^ork and also cls.iBied ^^ 

jerson, - fe\i 



that .he had taken som6 Klan Robes to the cleaner to be cleaned. He is the person. 



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who-v/ants the .22 automatic that FRANKHOU^ is trying to persuade 
"mentioned liia L he had l!<ien 



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one for reckless driving. 



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drove ERAKKHOUSEE and 



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the i&goda on Mount Penn to sefe the City . They drove past a Fire Tower ne.ar the. 



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Pagoda and. FRANKHOUSER mentioned tliat. this ivas where "ROGMi" meets with his men 

stopped at the Keaaing i'ost uii'icc for 



at present., At about 10:30 AM 



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t hat h e - had - j ^afst- 



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n.i n int o ED. JmZ , q MiniitcmftD and that LQTZ had;. been - complainin., to the Post 
Office Inspector and Congressraan RHODES about t he FEE tampering with' his mail > 



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him becap:se they had passed him in the- Post Office and although they did not 



speak to him^^they " gave him a dirty look". According to FRANKHOUSER, 



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did not come to Reading by chance., but had' been sent, up Jaere do "lay low for a: 



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Pa», who 



^ a E:lansman.,from Philadeaphia,' ' 



been active at all. 



once JTiet has ninteen men who are dnte3:*ested but thej have not ^^ 

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\ On Sunday/ '"^*" 



is a Graduate Student at 



L; ,^ ROT , he intejidg^to jnin thin!j;s local l y, to suit himself, hg^id " to Hell wit-h. ., 
-^ what thej'^/ant 'down South* »• ■ . - ' * - 



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PRANKHOUSER said there will ba a Kle:a" Rally held July 3, 1966 at Geti2Cfiburgf[| 




Ba. and he \vill let 



know later when -tlie,. time arid exact location Are^j^^jsM^M] 

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SUBJECTS MINUTEMEN 
RM -KLAN 



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On 6/3 0^66, 



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to SAf ^ |o This was typed into, statement form 

by SA I I on 6/30/669 and was then read and initia.led-#,y- t he, 
informant on' 7/15/66 « It is maintained in[ ■~^' ' ' 



2 - Kansas City (RM) 
1 ~ Ne^^i'l^ (RM) 

9 » Philadelphia 

1 - 157-^1^7 

l— 157-341 (UKA, KKKK) 
. ,1 - 157»16U6 (UKA. KKKK - PAJ)' 

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1 - 157-1688 , 

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Ori tlif- fiVfining of Jtme 29 JOHI^I CAMARIS .and RICHARD SBBLET-ON. ,ais." 



cussed the newl^r formed Patriotic Party^ and SINGiETON exhibited a four-'page 



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printed paper put out by the Pai^riotic Parly ^^ temporary National Headquarters 6I3'- 



East Alton, Independence, Mo. This undated brochure predicts that LYNDON: JOHNSON . 4^. 



and ABE FORTAS- will te the- forthcoming Democratic nominees and GEORGE ROMEl;'"and 



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SINGLETON told CANARIS that HANS SCHifEIKERT has' returned from Germany i. 



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G-erman paper for 



N.J. and is working fo! 



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again. He repos^tedly purchased numerous 



antiques in Germany wnich wiXr~be sold by 
-S^effl^^K-®iT--was-dnv4)lved"4n-^^n-ae 



~ir"fev/ days' a;xti fer - h e - got- b ack 



^^k^^^%^ri%' 



■,and ra n into a trucko This took place 6/IO/66 and was risported on page l,,of '.tM 
Ocean City, N.J. ^^Sentinel" newspaper* 






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SINGLETO^^ said that he still needs more money to purchase copies df the book 



"SLueprin^ for Victory^^ and he collected % 5»00 fi^om CANARIS. SINGLETON claims that 
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-j aansmen in -thg— u&g— of-^weap ons-and — a^elated^-things. . 



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According t-6 SI NGLETON, ROY FRANKHOUSER»s"motherTOnt vto see ROY at b7c 

MY fiad to- help her |= 



133 S. .lith St., Reading, Pa.,,, the other "day and 



get home; SINGLETON said nothing about plans for a l.ocal mee;ting of the Pata?.i-otie. 



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re liable Information in the mst, i;6Ieph6nlca:lly advised- 

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tibn was typed on 7/13/66 by SA 

was then read ^^'^ -i v^-i-f-.-i « i ari h-^r t-.iiA i nf-orTnanr. on y^±y66„ It 

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On the eyenihg of 7/12/66 a Klan meeting was held at the home' of:":RC)5f "^^^' ';;..>-; 



i-E. FEANEHOUSER, .133 S., UthSt*^ Reading^ Ffln Present were EMN^fHOUSER^ 



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Addressed as " | [ '»' This'man had » | [ ^ tattood on one arm. 






^r^^i:;^ " — Tte-lnfe'e1rfn:ig-Twas-"iTetd-Tn^ 

U-^l:i4a3?gas..p3.siol^t.-th^ 

/ discussed t he s ettin g up of a nev/ group which he said mil combine Minutemaa; arid; ^ \; , 



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Iv^^lah activities and will* incorporate' guerilla '.type^ 'braining. FRANKHOUSER h^d some 



r::*r5ri^eaflets bearing the name of the "-Peoples Party" Peking.^ China and which", contained 



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; '"^Naii« PRANKHOUSER said that "these stories and pamphlets contained valuable ihfomatioh '*' 






m guerilla tactics' which they can use in trairdrrrgT" 



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-has-^xane. property locr^t^d 



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r§;nge will be constructed there. The groups s next meeting will m Tuesday^ 7/19/66- ; 






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^* 6:30 BUj, from FEANKHOUSER^s house they will proceed to this location near the .• 



Prison fand do some shooting. 



In addition to the persons named above, there vjas also a person present \^' 

'. He Is supposed b o be "f r o m^Ifeyriforic-eiiicrsHHer^^ ^ 



MimOUSEF-lJaltcd-*^ 



,^bo^t4 i.-2 - -I.I. y e^ps-o ld, g-'9"j 1^0 IKsj hpfi rJR-r k. h^ir ^nri a 



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this man is in » intelligence" and that he has joined the 



TTliAAGP to determine what 



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. tliey are planning, .There were supposed to be five additional persons .at, this nleetihg i •] 
yrho did not show up, FRAMfflOUSER ' said -they will have a meeting every .Tuesday nov;.\He r," 



said that, plans are for them to take their .weapons and go to any Civil Rights., deiiionrr. ,. 



strations in the area, .if they are /attacBed^^ they- will be able to r.etaliate.- 
was' . 'T - ail-f or' ,"• goi ng-^c 



i:ght^way--and-^x5^:iteg-4^p:sti-2^^ 




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. of the -others v^rere in favor of this» 



FRANKHOUSER said that there \vill be a IGL^ Rally nert.Saturday^. He had ,soine • - ^ 



mimeographed literatwe advertising this Rally which bore- the :signature 'ofMlilAU 



BOM)^ Grand Nlghthawk^ UKA^KKKK. ^ According to this ' literature tile Rain^^mir be- helLd 



at 8 ?K Saturday^ jjlj/^. The location was stated as Ellct'6n> Md*/' Route ^2i3>;;-2"iiM"' 
"south" of flloirbe'-lTly-atr- tte"-0rd:"t3:^Trcrh7lfewn^"T^vern:-oxi -Hre ^Sli^River;t"ActorTiing-i;T5^*-tKe^-"^^ 
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FRBTKHOUSER said that ho, hopes to have a Rally every w eekend n ow. .He.kid thatr^ ;^. ^. 



^ MIKE DESMOND is"» outU and that he will be running things- his own 'way howt. 




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Klp^n r>^lly 7 /I ^/AA at French town Po^d, Ekl to 
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l^~ PHILADELPHIA (REGIS. MAIL) 
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157-1201}. UNIT #1 (V/ILM) 
157-1203 inTIT51#2 (MILPORD) 
157-1205 UNITSi^3 (NEWARK, DEL.) 
157-1206 UNIT #5. (NEW CASTLE). 
157-1217 CECIL COUNTY, MD. 
157-1202 SALISBURY, MDo 
157-111.22 MONT. CO., MD. 
l57-al|.62 ANNE ARUNDEL, CO o, 
157-11^.61 BALTIMORE CITY . 
■157-1463 COCKEYSVILLEji'ID.o 
157-111.614. IfJESTMINISTER, MD. 
I57-IUI1.6 .PTHAT.M (W MARYT.AND 
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1 ^ BEN (LNU) from Delaware 
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Those presaajjat tt^e^^njee-ting jwe^e ROY F RANKHOUSER a nd 



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-noonv vas introduced,' Oni'of the men present v/as said to be the. Grand. Kleagle from ^ \ ^ 



Maryland'^ aiid itVaVlnentionean3iaT,he*~haTyp61cen at the rVcent"lCtan*~Eally at"TIa& " :/ ^ ' 
igham7"Pav'*"'Andther-x)f~the-]Ten"present-vfag'-^ but -appa^ ntlyr- '- 



lllife,.jaa^.nn t FPiN fl ARIIN.j„since_SARTIN« s name "was menti oned. The BEN who was present 



.?was said to be from Delaware, He was about 55 to 60 years old, about 5' 8" tall and .. 



L; ■weighed around 200 lbs. He had grej wavy hair. 






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Also- there, but not at the meeting^was a man referred to as //jf/$ Nick the Greek, 



^RBGINA said that m.ck the Greek was i^om New York, lie was aoou-p jjO-35 years old/ j^-tj^jdy^ - 
ihgl^ndgr- build ' an d-^b ou t-- 5 ^"5-^^~tallv-ife'^ ,-r~^Bg@Kfc^ 
L. ^ai^ f.hat. T(ri'nTr thf^ arf>f»V TA/aH not a TClansman. ,. , ^ ^..^^-^ . - '■'.:-'- 



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a Kian Rally to be held in Maryland on Ju3y 29-30 and another Rally' to be held the 



week after that in Delaware. Apparantly sites for ttese tvi^o gatherings* have not bfeen- 






• obtained yet. FRANKHOUSER complained that, it has been iSijpossible to get sites in 

Pennsylvania to hold ralXys, l^ was also 'mentioned that both ,Ei.elaware"ai 
- have -some-ordtnances-agai-nstr -open-fjire-sy-^c-mseflu^^n^ly- i f -thsy^up at/ these.--^ 

„,m11y^q^_tj_ey will be in violation. It wa s.' .suggest ed that they raise a fund td' pay arC 
fine that might be levied and hold, cross-^barnings- anywaiy^^ - ' / 



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' ^said that he is not doing" his job or abiding bsr the rulesi The Grand Kleagle iias 



./had some problems with .WAip,IASTER over the renting of a headquarters in Baltimore^ 



I Md; This property is'' leased under some cover name* 



:S: FRANIfflOUSER suggested that the "Kl§irr(5?TfT'^n-0ther-^rontr-group7£ 

-n^hJTB " aaa ejchrbJbtcd-a-4caflct o a-p-U-oned— H-FAM-AcbimlL. TOAWKHfJTTflER. also said that 



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".to" FRANK PDU5ER is very angry because nothing is being accomplished. They are not having- J^,;^» 



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Oh Tuesday eve ning , 7/12/66^ there \ms a Klan' meeting held in the base- 



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. REGINA >KUPISZE^/PSKI was in the. house but not- present at the ' 



meeting. As the men arrived for the meeting they Vv^ere handed masks ty REGINA-, and 



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— -BurJ;n^-4h6--43Fi&e-ting4iaY-^^ himself, as "he called 

*- on. one occasion, . . , .,• . 



FRAMKHOUSER dfa^ost of the talking, he indicated that '-they. , must - ail have 



V weapons so that in case of; a riot or the.-tovfli teeing -taken ovd: and things getting 



but' of hand we can step in and save- the country* FPiANIfflOUSER ,gave several of the 



tnen assignments/ fi'S. follows :< 



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was instructed to be an infiltrator, 'to learn what the ' 



communists and the. opposition are ^up to, It'was indicated that 



either has, or 



is in the proces's of "joining the NAAGP/and CORE to determine their plaris*. 



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was told to secure and;arrange fcr some .secret outdoor^ ': 

meeting places, -p la'Ge^nmtr e re U ley can iz ^ ain Y;itlv w e^poHg--ait^dr-^ cache a om e ■ arms ---' 
-aM "ammunition F-RANJmOTJ.ST^R mfint.i'onf^d that rLexk-Bi^^d^xJ^bey win jjget_atjhis. j__ 



: ' home a t 6;3 Q PM for a short business meeting and 'then go out into the country, ROY 



said that they 'would go to " 



's FARIiJ". About k miles from, Reading, P&.^__and 



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FRANKHOUSER has several items of printed ^ literatu re va th, pictures describing 



alleged US/'atrocities .in Viet Nam. He said' he' had obtained these fran a teacher \ . 



at North ?fest Junior "High School. . ■ , ' 

-~" TheTquiFgti"on-'~tyr~sBTra r ity -was~d±stniSB-gd: ' ar id - - F RAMHdgS-igt -^askedr-eax^fa^f—faho^ 



-pr esent-4£-they 'had-be^.n-c-on-taG±e^i>y„-the- EBIv^-All- denied-±hia ..except. 



and ROY FRANKHODSER. 



also said he ted been interviewed ^? down 



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/•^ July. 17, 1966, 



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ticularly un3:!egist6red guns. FRAWKROTTSEP said that if weapons are unr egi s te r e d thgx. 



can easily be disposed of if it becomes necessary to shoot s ome on e .^ Fi tANK HQUSER'- \ ' 
also instructed the men present to ascertain the identities of all the local CORE 



and NAACP' leadi9rs ar^i* Heaid that if v/e know who thsy are and the ^vorsi comes to'/ 



the v/orst v/e can " hit and kill them" or bomb their -cars ;» if necessary. 



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J^hursday^. J.uly..21j..l.966, 



ROY FRAJMKHOUSER told 



tliat he, ERMKHOUSEH, is going ^ 



to a.Klan Rally and .Grossbtirning in Marj^and. this weekend. The time and p^^ce 



ha^e'not been decided upon yet, but F!?Ara{HOUSER will be mimeographing some 



flyers advertising same as soon as the arrangements- are definite, FRANKHOUSER 
"said that ROBERT S HELTON will definiteiy be aotenamg tnis raiiy ana jJimrjKHOUSliir 

-gnd-SH E LT ON — faave-STs me til i ngs t-e^di&eurge^ -^ 

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men were brought to Reading/ Pa,, by ^ \ \ who^ according to his explanation 



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the Klansman v/ho owns the property at 



Upper Darby^ Pa.^' where there" was a Klan meeting i|/l5/'66 attended ty 



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that-*! \ has- a Klavern of' his orm and it meets in the '* Orange Hall", but it 



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"Zionist ICi^Mecli trottsplm to Hallr^^d ^Jx^ m^hM St&tfe^ 
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and captl;0ned ."At®)> Refugees ;S|?$3.1 yeas?js i?03?" ttoeir Home." mSM 
Xtma is ^ mov$ 1^5^ 3!H6r«. P* BEJBt, aelmt> I^fcanowi speal-al 
to; the "5;33j^d^,-"" 2t is, i!ia3?|ced ^0p3?iPight«ld and iKepi^bted hs^ 
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cailed ROT FEAI\IIgiOUS SR's home about U:U5 B>1 to ma ke surg_ 



that the meeting and shooting practice scheduled for txbis evening %?as still " on" 



before lie drove all the way to' Reading, Pa. ERANKHOUSER was not home, but. 



r^ho ansT/ered the phone said ttat the .plans were still to hold the meeting. 



said that FRANKHOUSER v/as out on an errand, but did. not specify wnat xt was, 
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ROY E. FRANKHOUSER, JR. 
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on 7/14/66, and advxsed that 

upset over ROY's various doings, 
his activities and get a job, but 



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time there is some' minister living at the house on South 

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then came on the line and . 
stated that sne is worrxea about a man staying at the house 
oh South M-th as she thinks he is a nut and that RpY himself 
may be scared to try to put him out of the place. 



There has^ been a letter at 
or longer. The letter has the- letterhead of: 

Citizens Council 
Rev^ RICHARD HAMEL 
Boston Regional 

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Boston, Mass. CJ7112 



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The letter indicates that HAMEL ia anxious- to hear* 
from, ROY and see him,, that HAMEL inquired about bus fare, and; 
that he hopes ,ROY can help him along with a place to stay and 
food. HAMEL claims to be a Protestant Minister. HAMEL. looks 
like a JeW. 

There are photos, 'one showing HAMEL with a Negro . 
minister; one showing HAMEL with a Ne'gro minister and a 
Negro in ordinary clothes; one showing HAMEL, a Negro 
minister, a Negro woman, a white mah^ and a white woman;' 
one showing, a* church with a cross, HAMEL, and a white man., 
walking away; one showing HAMEL and a Negro -woman. 



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advised she had learned through a source she 
did not want to divulge that HAMEL had made trips to Reading 
in the past. He has' been staying with ROY now for a week be 
or more. She has confronted him with the fact HAMEL is bic 
stav ing there/ ROY says he is looking for a job. A source b7D 
to Id I [ that HAMEL is walking' around with holes-in 
his stockings and talking like a nut. She told this to 
ROY, and ROY admits, he looks like and talks like a nut. She 
told ROY she would be afraid to have him around, and ROY 
then said that he would not blame her. 



^ noted she is worrie d sick about the matter. 

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to leave town and get a job, or to get a job in town, but 
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K1 QP Pally 7 /I A /AA fl-h Fr^ Pnr* hf-.own" Pn^ri J.. 

E3.kton, Md 




Date of Report 

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(ROY FRANKHQUSER), 




157-875 UKA ■ 

157-1217 CECIL CO. w ELKTON ^ RISING- SUN 

157-69 ROY FRANKHOUSER 

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157-1502 
157 -DEAD 
157-1072 

157-1201]. UNIT# 1 (WILM.. } 
157-1203 imiT# 2 -(MILFORD) (DOVER) 
157-1205 UNIT# 3 ■ (NEV^ARK, DEL. ) 
157-1206 UNIT®# i<. (NEW CASTLE) 
157-1202 SALISBURY, MD. 
157-11^22 MONT. COUNTY, MD. 
l57-iil.62 ANNE ARUNDEL CO.. 
157-1I}-61 BALTIMORE CITY 
157-Ili63 COCKEYSVILLE, MD'o 
157-I[i.6ij. WESTMINISTER, MD. 
157-875 SUB- B (WEAPONS) 

157-1091!- 
157-111-50 
157-Ii;17 
157-1065 
157-1299 
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OPTIONAL FORM NO. 10 

MAY 1962 EDITION' 

GSA fPMR (41 CFR) 101-11.6 



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■^..•^NITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

^' Memorandum 



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FROM 



SAC (105-4158) 
SA 



date: 8/3/66 



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subject: 



ROY E. FRANKHOUSER 



On 8/2/66., | [ , who has furnished 

reliable informati on m the past, provid ed a written .state- 
ment by mail to ^Al V This statement 
is maintained in 



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Baltimore (RM) (INFO) 

6 - • fIJKA. KKKK) 

1 - 157- 



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Birmingham (RM) (INFO) 
3 - ■ (UKA, KKKK) 

Charlotte (RM) 
1 - 157.-;!2-30 



-^;^Ki-3radelphia 
<X^105-r»ll5'8 
. 1 - 157-1914 
i ,_ l.57-i)Ead, 



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157-1790 
i57.-;7'33 
157-34-1 
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■f:RnY FRANKHOUSER) 



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ARMY 



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(ROHJilKT yHilLTUN) 

(UKA, KKKK) 

fUKA. KKKK - PENNSYLVANIA) 



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Buy US. Savings Bonds Regularly on the Payroll Savings Plan 




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Ire 'Repfyi, 
FUe No. 



Refer to 



UNITED STATES- DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEUERAX BUREAU OF LNVESTIGATION 

•^ '^ -"^-^-Biphia s Pennsylvania 
August 3, 1966 



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A source who h^s furnished rel iable information in 
the pas t advised on August, 2 ^ 1966 » that 



who for "several weeKs ha s been living and working in 



Reading, Pa,, under the name of 



and staying with 



ROY E. FRANKHOUSER at 133 South Hh Street, REading, Pa-, got 
drunk on the night of August 2^ .1966, arid tried to persuade 
FRANKHOUSER and source to go out^ with him and "shoot a f^w 
niggers," ROY and' source' attempted to dissuade the subject, 

Pennsylvania State Police and Reading Police 
Department both advised morning of August 3, 1966 /that 
shooting incictents ,g«» other similar .occurrences had hot been 
been reported the previous night. 



;: .- s The al?ove -mentioned source^ also stated that 

allegedly intenfis to leave Reading, Pao . on Augu st 3, 1966, 
and claims tha t he is going to visit | | , who is > 



in ^issis,si'ppl. Subject/is described as follows : 



,. . Race 
'" Sex 

Date of birth 

Plgce of birth 

Height 
' Weight 

Btiild 

Hair 




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Date: 8/3/56 



Transmit the' foliowlfiig in 
Vi„ AIRTEL 



(Type-in plaiMext or epde) 



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TO: 


DIRECTOR, FBI (173^.2709^ 


FROM.; 


.SAC, PHILADELPHIA. (17 3 -3 6) 


SUBJECT : 


UMSimS 1 







KTAL - VICTIMS 

PUBLIC EDUCATION .- CIVIL RIGHTS AdT 

OF -196-H ..-^ ,-" 

00: Charlotte '' ' {' ■ ""^ 



E nclosed for the Bureau ape 10' nor>ieH nf? a LHM 



captioned, '" 

Philadelphia is rprnishingc.one copy of this LHM to Secret 



Service locally. 



■ For • the information^ of the Bureqtu and' Charlotte,. 
, -who furnish®d reliable information in ih^. 



3 - Bure.aur (173-2709) (RM) (Enc.^ 10) 
3 r- Charlotte CRM) <Enc. . 3>^ - 
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, 2 - 157-2137 
^.'- Jackson 'CRM') <Snc, ;1) , . ' 
8^ -."Philadelphia * '. " 
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that I 

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FRMKHOUSER and sowce att^^^tS^- ^?°'^ som e nigg ers." 

as.e«i^' REGINA'S5Sp?SlK?!*?SK^oSiE^trc"S^oS V^ 

was also Dresent a+ i9q c^„4.i. i.^,i ^i^^ & connnon-xaw w 



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address of either" ^^o-^^^ical Club, but could not furnish 



^]'lll'^ I 1 Reportedly tried to reach 

>u?"who Sir^if Lf5L^^_^«?"SF and^fo^FAid 



' Member, but who has not L.. v ^■''":"^P ^"^ fo^'mer ANP 

months apparently tgLvii;! ' ' "" f to%""^r^ in .recent 

y vo invi-ce| | to go along with him, 

-iHht.of 8/2/66 ^'lo^'lepoSts S^nJ'f "?/^^'^^"^^^ °" *^^ 



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Pres3.d0i3,"fe. tm a j^Qlirte; t o get. shofc 4vi3?iMg"daugft:ti^K'«s M0dd*J,tta> 
S/6/66 ■,. .jm* I I ^_e|rlimad^d 'iijiallei^ fca msMimB.'s 'ddiitacitr 



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Bnc$,o)30d h^reWi^h fpa^ tfee Sur^aU. aar-t ^m^r% cQ&i^s 



I I tti. lih^ pasi; has. .furnished similar type. 

.inf oiw^tion- \Wim Wa$i fo und ta bo G^nrmlQtelw raise. g^ 

is^letihoni cally 6on t,&c1;Qd 's fath^a?-, | [ 

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&.3;Ways jfaTjtrlcaces $uch. sfepj^les^ [ 



1 advised that- EOY 



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, !B> 3.37 Sou-feh Mh :SlJE@eiy/ Be.aidd:,rig> Ha..^ tel^ibhone 

■2l5 376 -^,1:^91 > to. d4-be3?iiine ir :B'RfiaijKHOtFSER .fer^^ jia Ms resld^iice* 
BE&im KaPieZEWSSi^. ti^e iaiQWa .(SQiralpii law wif^ ,6f' JRO^ l-RANKHOtl^gR^. 
^ns?(reg?e.d t.eiejEikojde/ and in rtspojcige %o ^u©:stio]x>. is. ECKT at ixppiej, 
^ijated M ths affia:jiial?iye and Qa^iis.d ,Fjiftl^0^ER_t'o. 1;h^ tQleplibn©.., 
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gayj, ! L was adv ised :off fc h& irif^p3?mat'ipn, set' 

tOrph iri .jam. 9;iid ix0. infer vie:wed 



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Lai? WiiM^-^B^ri?e :?oiie^ 
i?7a:g .?io;&> tailing hher 



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pi^n^d "feo b^ jn WctsiiirigtO% 5d:* G ^ ^lii0= d^t^ tq a^tteiid a meeting: 
.of iha -Mimite Me)x ^U ths Vwk Bh^mifDn ildljj^i.^ . This 4:nf orm^l^ioft 

previously moB^XV^d tf^th^ fjiii6td^i:phia <3ffice %as' ,foi?ifarded 



i?o wee Bureau .. 



by the.: WlItM^nBfeii^r^; 'Police J3Qpartm^jnf5u 



and W^s r$l,eased 



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FD-36 (Rev. 5-22-64) 



# 



FBI , 

Date: 8/6/66 



Transmit the following In 
Via TELB1YPE 



(Type in plaintext or code) 



IPnori'ty) 



.L. 



TO: 
PROM: 



DIRECTOR, WQJ AND SAC 

.^0 

SAC,, BHILApELPHiA (105-4158) 

ROy E. FRANKHOUSER, RM. 

RE PIlIIiADELPHIA TELETYPE TO BUREAU THIS DATE. 

PSP, iSADING, PA., WHO. HAS 



SGT. 



INTERVIEWED PRANKHOUSER IN THE PAST, ATTEMPOED TO CALL 
FRANKHOUSER NINE- THlRTYTWO A.M. THIS DATE. REGINA KUPISZEWSKL, 
FRANKHOUSER'S .common law wife too resides with HIM AT ONE 
THREE THREE SOUTH FOURTH- STREET, RESIDING, PA., ADVISED 



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THAT FRANKHOUSER WAS OUT AND. NOT EXPECTED BACK UNTIL NINE 
OR TEN P.M. THIS DATE. .SHE CLAIMED NOT' -TO' KNOW WHERE OR 
HOW HE eOUil) BE CONTACTED UNTIL HIS RETURN. KUPISZEWSKI 

IF HE OR SOMEONE ELSE FROM THE STATE POLICE. HAD 



ASKED 



CALLED FRANKHOUSER ABOUT' THREE THIRTY A.M. THIS ,DATE.. SECRET 
SERVICE, PHILADELPHIA j ADVISED OF THE ABOVE. 



LHM FOLLOWS., 



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Approved: 



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Special Agent in Chcirge 



Sent //9^'3^ /> . U Per 



FD-36 (Rev. 5-22-64) 



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Via TBLBTYPE 





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FBI 


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Date: 


8/6/66 1 

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' ' ■ (Type in plaintext of code) ' 




■ URGENT - 


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(.Piiority) 



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TO: DIEECTOR.^ BBI (,97-^262) 
FROM: SAO, PHILADELPHIA (l0.5-4i58). 

ROY E-. PRANKHOUSER, JR., WL - KLAN 



WILKfS-BARRE., PA., TWEL-VETHIRTy AM, THIS, DATE,, CONTACTED 

REPORTER., WILKES-BARRE RECORD-, TO ADVISE THAT 



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THE PI^SIDENT ¥AS G.OING TO BE SHOT AT WEDDING OF DAUGHTER, LUCI. 
MADE ARRANGEMENTS FOR 



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ID PERSONALLY CONTACT 



NEWSPAPER AT WHICH TIME HE: WAS TAKEN INTO CUST035Y BY WILEES- 
BARRE, PAi 

HAS FURNISHEt) BlFO a?0 BUAGENTS IN PAST WHICH 

INTERVIEW BY SA 



HAS BEEN FOUND TO BE FALSE. 
AT' VJILKEIS'-BARRE PD. 



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CLAIMS TO HAVE RECEIVED TELEPHONE GALL AT 



RESIDENCE FROM OHE 
INSTRUCTED 



AT PREDESIGNATED PUBLEC PHONE., 



, NOT FURTHER .IDENTIFIED,- WHO 

TO A¥AIT TELEPHONE CALL FROM ROY FRANKHOUSER 

CLAIMS RECEIPT OF CALL 



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FROM FRANKHOUSER imo INF0RME3D HIM THAT i!E, FRANKHOUSER, WOULD 

- Phllaaelphia (105-4158,) , . ^ *^^ 

CTA/gjw r«» • .- -'.. 

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FE>-36' (Rev, St22-64) 



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EH 1-05-4158 

pagS two 



(Type in plaintext or code)' 



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"(PHo.rity) ' " | 



ASglGNATE OHE PEESIDENg? GOINCJ INTO OR GOMIOT? OUT 0? CHUECH AT 

CQUii) FURNISH NO EXP'LANA^ : 



DAUGHERT^S WEDDING THIS DATE..' 



TiON AS TO- WHY PRANDHDUSER ^GONTACTEID HIM. SUPBOSEDI.Y ERQM , ALRlNG, 
VA. - . • 

' ' PAOHER OF 



MR* 



>, CONTACTED 



SE^IN 



AND HE ADVISED HlS SON RECEIVED NO TBEEPHONE' CALL* SA 
TELEPHONICALL:^ called RESIDENCE OF RQY FRANDHOUSE., ONE TEiREE 1 
SOUTH S-OURTH STREET j» READING > PA., AND SPOKE TO INDlVtCDUAL WHO 
IDENTIFIED HIMSELF AS ROY FRANKHQUSER VEJRIFYING FACT .FRA'NKHOUSER 
NOT IN ASLINGTON-^ M. • ' . , 
MR. 



, SPECIAL AtJENT IN CHARGE > SECRET 



SERflCE,. SCRANTON, PA^., ADVISED OF ABOVE AW IS iNOHRViEWIN^ 



INFO FURNISHED BY 



APPEARS TO BE FICTITiOUS; 



HOWEVER., INFO BEINKGFURNISHED BUREAU AS FRANKHOUSER SCHEDULED' TO- 
BE .WASHINGTON, fi. C.,. THIS DATE- TO 'ATTEND MEETING. OF MINUTE MEN-, 
PA^ SHARATON HOTEL> 'WASHINGTON, D. 0. THIS INFO FURNISHED , 
BUREAU BY PHILADELBHIA AIRTEL .OF- EIGHT THREE SISTYSIX. 



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Sent 



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Transmit :the following in 

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'Fp^36 (Rev. 5-22-64) 



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Date: 



('Type impldintext or code) 



(Priofit 



PH 105-4158 
PAGE THEiiUi) 








INF.0 EE. 








PEEVIOUSLY MJKNISHED TO BUl^AU ONE FOUR . : 


1 




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aTS. 

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Sent 



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SAG, BAhTVAOm C3.S"7^375) 



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SAC* PHiLADEI^HIA <157-.01}1) 



mi ^ KLAfJ 

l ili * «< »>m' i mrg- Ki>ty< n ^i> i iMl l i«j ;t ^ 



R^ Baltimore airtel to tha Bui?0au 7/18/68 » 
Et^dloaed fot* BoHta^ aji4 Baltifiore arc four nnapshots^ 
on 7/30/60 icjoiatified tha^e pi^^-ftttros as bai%ft 



^nipSIioTS of rx naxt who had .bcs^m Bt<^:yinrt i^yith ROV E^. P'E^AWKKOlinER 
at Ri^adins^^^ Pa^^ UBdor the. mmo **Rev^r»cna RICHARB HAf-ffiLy^' also 
Ittmv^n as *'IIICK THE GREEK*;^'^ Thin por^Bon^ ^ccoralnfx to . 
FaMKHOUSER^. haG infiltrated OP o3?.^,ani:iati^ni5 in the pa.st* 
!i?}ii^ iBlividual oiic l/m/B(^ lm<l ^pt>.li^a for ci joh ^t a RaadinF,. 



probai^ly his tx^ua nama^ 



^aya this t^tin novr ha 



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lon<^o^ hair; than is shovm i:pE photos^ spo3>ts a bushy nUE^tachej 
and iQolm old^t^^ 



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Fhiladolphia ^i^rjx^sts that pt^obably^ LE^Il^K^ aica*.. 



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For^ infor^iHatidn of Bo^istonj ^Hiv* X*^ .apoko at a Klan 
paliy. n^at^ Ell^t^jli^ Md,., 7/IS/S65 ^^ ^^^^ iBt:r>0atiood as k^vxti.^ 
ta^B a i^sabo-^' of the Coi!im2]i:i^t Party ainoe .^g*s 12* 

LTJkB 



munnofxt 






i2iliLj*2diibit snapshots of LBVXtlE to tiieu-tenant 



__^ .and otiior appropmfita s6^i?oes who attoRdod 

tfei^ 7/10/ 6S rally, in an a-tteF?pl: to identify '^'Ir,. X*" 



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3 ~ Baitino3?e (15^-^75 5 (Ene* Jf) WO 
I - Boston' <Enc* 4) Wnfo> (RM5 
3 « Philadolphia 

1 -^ 157-3^1 
^l.^i^ ^05-^2.53 (ROY FR/JtllKllOUSEH) 

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On. 7/15/66, 1 I , who has furnished i?elisbM 
information in the pa si:^ opilTv in person p rovided the folio?*- 
ing information to SA | J . This information 

was- typed into statement torin m SA J I on 7/15/6-6^ and 
was then read and i nitialed by the in formant on 7/30/66*^ 
It is maintained in 



"Friday, July 15, 1966 



has. hot heard from ROY FRAiJ KHOUSER 



since the me^^tihg of J iilv 1?^ 1 966 ^ which^ 

was unable to attend. | 1 has tried geveraT 
times to call FRANKHOIJSER, usually there is no 
Answer, but on one or two occasions the phone was 
busy*" • 



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pPTiONAL FORM NO. tO, 

MAY 1062 EDITION 

GSA FPMR (41 CFR) IOtMl.6 

•UNI'i'Jgb STATES ^GOVERNMENT 



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FROM 



SAC (iOS-'iflSS)' 



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date: 



8./5A6,6. 



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subject: 



•ROY FRANKHOUSiER 
RM •••••■■.'.■■•. ■ . 



On- 7./;28-/-66,'> 



who: has furriished. 



reliable ■.information m the. past,: telephdnically advised • 
SA JOHN-e. MURRAY of -the • following; ' This i nformation was 



typed on 7/2 97-6 &,' into statement" :form by SA I 

I and was then read and initialed by the. informant on 
7730766,' It is maintained in | | ; '■ 



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2- - BIRMINGHAM- (RM) ■• 
1 -UKA, KKKK 
1 - ROBERT SHEETON (1.05>-'5.6a)'. 

2 :- BALTIMORE (RM) ' 
1 - UKA, KKKK 

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INDEX': 




, 105'.-'iHS8. 
r.. 157^-17 9:0. [ 



1570-i7-33' '.(ROBERT SHELTON) 
. .'i57-3»^:l -.(UKA, KKKK)- 
157;~.164'a '.(UKA, -KKKK> PENNSYLVAp ) 

WED:LMW ^ 
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Buy US. Savings Bonds Kegularly on the Payroll Savings Plum 



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Thursday J July 28 ^ 1966 



.. /! '- ROY E> FtlANKHOUSER stated, that the UKA . KKKK nlll Tie holding a Klan > „, 

l'\ f ;^ " * ; Rally on Friday evening, 7/29/66 at RLslertovm, Md. and ihey plan to have another 



rally the follcwing night ( Saturday, 7/30/66 )• This, latter rally will he held 



in an unkneum toim in Maryland, near Baltimore, Md# 




PRANIfflOUSER said that ROBERT* SHELTON is presently in Maryland,, staying at 



re" of VERNON lEM ASTEg, neiar Baltimore./ 



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■ . Sunday evening JOHN. CMARIS and HANS SCHt'ffilKERT met b y accident and h ad 

s^ ~ a few. drinks together, SCffiVEEKERT said that he was back in Reading to get so m e oJ lii s 



things which had been stored at- ROY FEANKHOUSER' s house. Then SCHWEIKERT was .going 
back to Nev/ Jersey where he is living gnd working. 



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On this date 



called ERAMKHOUSER and t'old h im about finding the 



letter of ROY' s in his -car. 



had tried to call ERAWKHOUSER all day 



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Saturday and Hsk what should' be done with this letter, but had. "been unable. .to 

reach ROI. "When he mentioned this, FRANKfDUSER told him that he had " been out". 

said he~ 



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JOHN PANARIS stopped to see RO Y FRA NKHOUS ER at 'FM NKHO USER^s home a t 
about S PM this date. CANARIS had planned to go with FRANKHOUSER and his "group 



out into the country ivhere they would do some shooting^ hut had to work instead. 



CANARIS took to FRANKHOUSER some equipment belonging td^ROY, .including a '* come- 



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]^g Klan Ralljr that evening at Elkton. She said that^ 

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Saturday^ July 16^ 1966 



— JBEaiiy^MPISZEyJS KI at -about 1 M^hi s date said that ROY FRMKHOUSER / 



make some signs and -posters for use at the Elkton^ Md. Rally that evening. 



REGINA said that at the meeting of thn Klan 



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i37]3 7/12/66 there had been eight persons present "and .^^ i'ive"~others, virho had'beeri' " . 

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'Scpected raiIe^"to appeal; REGIMES ald"^ha-1r^t"ths--TiextrT^ 

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•and "NICK" are going to the ' 



and "NICK" will re turn to R eading 



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ROY back Sunday. REGINA said that- later* Sunday ERANKHOUSER is going to PhiJa^delphia 
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Reiaylet dated 7/2-5/65 aaptioned "UKA, KKKK-^.^^ twp 
copies to Charlotte* 



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on 6/18 /S6 had gone to Hovxa. 



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?ISS5uJ}eS said thatCD^s Mend lived "^st ovor^thj lxn,e 
in novtU Carolina" but furnishGd no other descrxptxve data 



This office IcnowG FEATIKHOUSER to h<& a chronic liar, 
inclined to P.a]cc false statcmcntF. to build up hxs own 
iiaoortance. particularly about wcaponis and related mc^txers^ 
but heaottl^lly does have nuiv.erouB .capons include handr.uns, 
rifles j and Ghot.'-utiSi Several courccs haves reported thxs 
and- oven produced photographs of several weapons. 



CHARLOTTE I 

AT CHARLOTTE, H. C». 

"^'ill contact emy reliable sources known to the 
office in an attempt to detornine whether or not ERAHICHOUSER 
did obtaitt a maG hlne win , r^renades,- and /or other v^eapons 
frotn a friend of I 1 on 6/18/66* 



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REGINA KUPISZEliiSKI telephoned JOHN CANARIS to ask if he had 'e ver found 



out for her the current address and telephone number of 



, who had been 



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, REGINA told iCANARIS that- she has. learned 



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is presently living'ln an apartment a douple doors east of 
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number and address > 



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.FRANKHOUSER had called her and" told her the Klari, 



5ar Baltimore,- Md,, had blen called off because of 



^ an injunction. FRAMHOUSER told REGINA that he expected to return home about midnight 
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wa& tj^pea into stateiaant" f ora by SA | I on 8/3/6&» and Wct& 

then read and inltJaqea W th6 iiifo?>mant on. 8/S/6B# It is 
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p*m- tlixs d^te to at^range to go aldftg wi-tli tli.^ P?oXip 
to tlie State Hill shootiixg att'sia., ©ine.# he had never 
been thepg i>©jfore.. REGIIlA- KOI^IS^EWSKi: anawer*ed th© 
pliona arid said that ROlf ancf two ©airloads of men had 
^.eftr about an hpuj* Girlies?, Tfte on ly othe r person 
KEGTENA laenti^n^d as' beiftg al;6ng wa^ 



»'R£aiI^ -said that shq h^d been to thist pla<^e in the 
coimtryj but could sot furnish a good dssGription of . 
tM route. She said to drive out the State ffill 
iRoa4 to, a steep. hiXls and then tut»n ^f f to- the 
right betwegin some tP&&^ that sprap^ the. ^ides of 
the dfiir. . She said th^ ai^tea s<ats down in a sort of 
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I ,, but he oould not d^so^ifect. the i?Qut g since ^ ' 
na i& not f^isiiiiar »ith the area* | I told 

RES^rMA that ha wonld' drive out the Stat© BxlX Soaid 
and listen foi* the shootiji,^*" . 

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Police (PSP), Reading, Fa. ^^ advised 8/8/66 as follows.: 

I I had tried to call FRANKHOUSER Saturday morning.: 
REGINA had said that he was out of tbwri. and not expected back 
until midnight y or possibly later. When J | , who had been 
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to the effect that FRANKHOUSER had called for hxm. 
called FRANKHOUSER about &:3 0. p.m. and asked him if he 
(FRANKHOUSER) was planning to resume his march from Gettysburg^ , 
to Washington, telling him that the PSP at Gettysburg had received 
rumors to that effect. 



FRANKHOUSER told 



that he knew nothing of any 
such plans, he: personally had not made any. He then proceeded 
to relate the following: 

There is a n^w Klah group known; as the Interstate 
Klan which has just been chartered. This group is. different 
from the United Klan, to which FRANKHOUSER belpngs.- The 
Interstate Klan is more militant and will not follow SHELTON*s 
leadership because they do not agree with his policies. 

Attempts are being made to unite these various:- :Klans, 
and thei>e is a big meeting planned soon at Stone Mountain, 
Ga., where the United Kl.ans,,, the National Klan, and the 
Interstate Klan, will all meet and attempt to. resolve their 
differences.. 



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According to ROY, the Interstate Klan has been very 
active. in Virginia and Maryland, and XAVIER EDWARDS, one of 
the leaders,* and a man whom FRANKHOUSER knows well and has 
met with several times, claims that York and Lancaster Counties 
are fertile fields for recruiting. XAVIER EDWARDS is from 
Reistertown (phonetic), and the' Interstate Klan has purchased , 
a piece of ground -near Gettysburg, Pa* FRANKHOUSER said that 
possibly the Int erstate Klan is' making some plans for a march. 



and this is what 



] heard of. 



[ that MIKE DESMOND is in 
FRANKHOUSER" admitted that he has had trouble 



FRANKHOUSER , told 
Virginia now. 

recruiting persons in this^ area.. He said that although it 
had not been planned exactly that, way, recruiting had followed 
a pattern. First response to recruiting had been in Alabama 
and Mississippi, then in North and South Carolina-. After 
that the Klan spread to Virginia and present emphasis is oh 
recruiting in that state." ' There are some members In Delaware 
and Maryland, and the next emphasis will be made in these 
states. After they are completed, the emphasis will shift 
to New Jersey. 

FRANKHOUSER advised that Maryland and New Jersey 
Klansmen are /led by a Kleagle and a Titan respectively. In 
Pennsylvania he, FRANKHOUSER, has the title of Grand Dragon, 
a higher position, in spite "of the fact that the Pennsylvania 
membership is smaller. ' FRANKHOUSER. .said that he was. given 
this high title- more or less honorarily and ^because of his 
long membership in the Klan. FRANKHOUSER said he has been, - 
a klansman since 1958, and modestly said that he^ is considered 
a good speaker. ^ ^ , 



if he kxiew anything about a 



FRANKHOUSER .asked] ^ 

call FRANKH OUSER got at about 3 a. m«.,... Saturday ^^ 8/6/66, and 
told I I tha^ t someone called, him and asked if he knew a 

if he had been in Arldngton ^ Va> ^ and other 



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had not been in Arlingto n for some time, but that years ago 

he had known a man named |~ | in the Wilkes-Barre 

area. According to FRANKHOUSER, the caller, said something to the 

effect that he* would be contacted in a few days, but FRANKHOUSER 

professed not to understand what it was all about. 



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FRANKHOUSER told | | that he had been away S aturday 
but did not say where he ^ had been^ or* what he was doing. 



told ROY that he would like to get a copy of the Catholic 

Witness, "which, he understood jfrom a Priest in the area, 
had a story about ERANKHOUSER in it > and F RANKHOUSER confirmed 

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the address from 



that this was so, 

which this paper is published,* 3 93 5 " Johnstown Road, 'Harrisburg, 
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FRANKHOUSER said that the United Klan is not planning 
any meetings or rallies' in Pennsylvania at this time. He said 
that "We" have been having trouble getting sites in Pennsylvania, 
and. that we are presently trying to lease a suitable location 
on a yearly basis, "We" have a Rally Truck nowj *it is being 
fitted with loudspeakers, etc. 



FRANKHOUSER told I H that he understands the 



Interstate Klan plans a rally in the Gettysburg, Pa,,, area in 
the next few weeks, but he does not know' when' or where it is 
to be. 



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FRANKHOUSER told I H that in four or five days 
the New Jersey injunction wxll be called off and that '"^we" 
will then resume holding rallies in New Jersey, 

According to FRANKHOUSER, members, of the Interstate 
Klan conducted a counter-picketing demonstration of some '^Niggers '^ 
who were I demonstrating ,at Lucy JiDHNSON^s wedding. FRANKHOUSER 
did not indicate how' he knew this. 



He promised Sergeant 



that he would keepf 



advised 'of any United Klan actxvxtxes in Pennsylvania which would 
warrant State Police protection for them. 



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OPTIONAl FORM NO. 10 

MAY 1962 EDITION 

GSA FPMR (41 CfW 101-11.6 



UNITED STATES GOl,|KNMENT 

Memorandum 



Ml 



TO 



FROM 



SAC (105--4158) 
SA 



date: 8/12/66 



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subject: 



ROY FRANKHOUSER; 

RM 



On 8/4/66, 



who has furnished 



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reliable info rmfiatlon in the past, orally advised SA . 

I of the follo wing > This inf ormation^ was typed 
into statement form hy SA[_ |on 8/5/66 and was then read 



'66^ It is maintained 



an(^ initialed bv the informant on 8/5. 
in 



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"Thursday, August 4, 1966 






"Last evening (8 A/66Vf 

ROY FRAMCHOUSER 

133 S. 4 th St, 

spoke to I 

was ^out« but she d id not 

what he was doing, 

again at a later da' 



answere 



I 



tried to call 
the phone at 



Mading, Pa. then REGIMA KUPISZEWSKI 
ZJand told him that ROlf FRANKHOUSER 



teT^ 



Indi cate where he was or 
said he would call 



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105-4158 

157-1914 
157-1586 

157-1790 



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FBI — PHILADELPHIA 




Buy US. Savings Bonds Regularly on the 'Payroll Savings Plan 



FD-36 (Rev. S-22-64) 







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F B I 
Date: 



88^/Sl/23/S66 



Transmit the following in 
AIRTEL 



Via 



(Type in plaintext or code) 

REGISTERED MAIL ' 



(Priority) 



TOs DIRECTOR, FBI C173-2709) 

FROMs SAC, PHILADELPHIA C173-36) (RUC) 



SUBJECT! UN SUBS J 

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VICTIMS: 
CRA <° 6t^ 

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Re Bureau airtel to Charlotte 7/29/66 and Philadel- 
phia, airtel to Bureau 8/5/66^ ;■ ■ ,».. 

Personnel Trailways B us Station > Reading, Pa. iden- 



as 



tified positively photograph of 

departing Reading Saturday, 8/6/56, at 9s40 poin, Et>t. on bus 
to Washington, DoC with connectio ns to Bi loxi* Misso where 
he will arrive 12s55 p<,ni4 8/8/663 I Ion 8/5/66 pu rchased 
one way ticket to BtCloxi, $37<,50/ Miss|_ J^ Trail- 



and 



ways Agent, positively identified photograph of 

said, that ROY E ^ FRANKHAUSER ^ whomshe knows by "sight," ac 



companied 



■lTACKSON 



to bus depot and "saw ; him-" off," 
LEAD 



AT BILOXI, MISScS 



Will at tempt to ver ify pr esenbe.of subjec t in Jackson 



(probably visitirig f 
Bureau and Charioxte advised 

3' ?» Bureau 

3 -: Charlotte (AM) (RM) 

2 - Jackson (AM) (RM) 

3 - Philadelphia 

(1 - 173-36) 

(1 » 159=1914). (RUC? 

(© - 105-4158) 
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Approveci: 



)eciar Agenfin Che 



Special' Agentin Charge 



Sent 



.M Per 



•optional form no. to 

'may tS62 EOmON 
GSA FPMR (4Vot?)M0I-1I.6 



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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 



TO 



SAC (105-^4,158") 



date: " 8/ 12/6.6 



FROM : 



SA 



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ROY E. FRANKHOUSER 
RM - KLAN ^ 



On 8/2/66, 
information in th e past^ telephonicalL; 
information to SA 



typed into statement torm by iS'A^ 
re ad and initialed 1 : 
in l L 



who has furnished reliable 

ly furnished the following. 



This information was . . b6 
"on 8/3/66, and was* then ^p 
re ad and initialed b y the informant on 8/5/66. It is maintained ^^^ 



'^Tuesday, August 2, 1966 



"ROY FRANKHOUSER §aid he and 
the State Hill area at about 
They had been out shooting:. 



had returned from 
p.m. this date*. 



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A 3 0^06 rifle had been 
fired and FRANKHOUSER said that all the stakes had 
been shot up. -These stakes are used to hold targets, 
tin nA-nR. nr^ whatever is shot at. FRANKHOUSER wants 
to furnish some 2 X 4s to replace these 



posts." 



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- 157-1790 

- 157-1668 

- 157-194if- 
1 ■ 1S7-16U6 

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FBI — PHILADEMR'H'A 




Buy U:S. Savings Bonds Kegularly-on the Bay roll Savings Man- 



FD^ae (Rev. 5-22-64-) 






FBI 

Date: 8/19/66 



Transmit the following in _ 
AIRTEL 



(Type in plaintext or code) 



Via_^ 



AIRMAIL 



.(Priority) 

TO: SAC, PHILADELPHIA (105-4158) 
FROM: SAC^ SPRINGFIELD (105-2171) - P - 

SUBJECT: ROY E. FRANKHOUSER ,, JR.,,. aka 

RM - KLAN 

Reurairtel to Springfield dated 8/9/66 ♦ 
The fol lo\vihg investigation v/as conducted by IC 



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Auto Registration. 



Section, Secretary of State, Springfi eld -, Illi nois , advised 
on 8/i9/6g that Iggg Illinois license I I w^s j■gg^ed 
2/4/66 to 



, 01ney> Illinois, for a 19-65 [_ 



J four-door, 



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VIN 1352696484. The application \f or this license reflects 
that these indi viduals have In diana driver ^s or chauffeur^s 
license numbers 



and 



Mr. 



Drivers License 



Section, Secretary of State, Sprin gfield . Illinoi s, advised 
on 8/19./66 that driver ^s license m 



1/27/66 to 



v/as is sued 



Illinois. This license esspires 2/25/69 and describes him as 



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Olney , 



5*4^.V,, 125 pounds, date of birth 
eyes, occupation ^ 



, brown h^:ir, brpwn 



£ 



Mr. 



I also advised that driver v^ s license 

v/as' iss ued 1/19/66 to I _ . _ . 

1, Olney, Illinois"^ This license expires 

ner i 



V/3U/b9 and describes 

brown hair, green eyes, occupation - 



as 5^2", 123 pounds , date of birth 



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S/- Philadelphia (105-4158) (RM) 
2 - Springfield (l£e-2171) 
JDH:css 
(4) 



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Approved 



Per 



Special Agent inCharge 




SI 105-2171 



A check of Springfield indices proved negative re 
either of the above-mentioned individuals. 

Investigation > Springfiel d, continuing to contact 
ggt^bljghed sources to determine if | 

b Olney, Illinois, are connected with the Klah or other 

racist organ! zstti on s ^ . 



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I ' I that ^966 I'JkOHaft Meeasg 



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Inasmuch: -m. veg±$iivmf -oi inst^Rl? f lorlda tfi^^nm 



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C)~ i>MladelpIiia <10S-4158> 
1 *- Springfield (Info) 



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FQ-J30*6 (3.21-58) 






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Date received 

Metnod of delivery (check appropriate blocks) 

1 i tn person I i hy telephone LAPby mall I I orally I I recording device ' -(£23 written by Informant > 



-Received by, 

■ _ ' * 

' SA" ROBERT E. ZINN 



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If orally furrilshejd.ond reduced to writing by Agent:^ 
'■ Date ' - " . ' 



Dictated 



.to. 



Transcribed » 

Authenticated 
by Informant » 



Brief description of activity or material 

■ c> • 

RALLY OP DELAWARE & MARYLAND KLANS Q N 
FRENCHTOWN ROAD. 7/16/66. ■ ^ ■• .-, 



Date of Report 



7/3.7 /66 



Date(s) of activity 



7/16/66 



File where original is located if not a ttached ' 

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Remarks; 



Literature obtained by Informant at rally, placed in IB Section. 



COPIES: 



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. 157-B75 

1^7-1201}. 

• 157-1203 

157-1205 

157-1206 

157-1217 
157-1202 
. , 157-114-22 
i57-lij.62 
157-Iii.6l 

l57-lii-63 
157-Iii.6li. 

l57-lifI|-6 
157-875 • 
157-1639 
■ 157-69 
157-I27ii- 

■ 157-1072 

■ .■ 157-1502 

: ■■ 157-1098 

■■■■ 157-I09ij. 

;.■ 157-1352 

-. 157-1299 

-.: 157-Iij.l7 

.->--l57-13i<.5- 

:i'/.l57-13ij.6 



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UNIT #1 (WILM.)' • ■ . 

UNIT #2 (MILFORD)" (DOVER),, 
UNIT. #3 (NEWARK, DEL.)..' ■ 
UNIT #14. (NEW CASTLE) ' • 
CECIL CO.- ELKTON - RISING' 
SALISBURY, MD. " ■ ;>;■..-. 
MONTGOMERY CO., MD. / " ;: ;V • 
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY ■"■•:.'■ 
BALTIMORE CITY (UNIT-#l) ■'..■■ 
COCKEYSVILLE, MJD. ■■■••""■'•■ 
WESTMINISTER, MD, -■■'.:'%.W 
UKA, REALM OP MARYLAND'^' > ."..V 
• SUB D (FUNDS) -■• -•:.••':•',.•-■■ 

REALTY OP MD. (UNIT #2) "V:.-'., 
ROY E. PRANKHOUSER 



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ATLANTA (RM) 
'NEW ORLEANS (RM) 
BOSTON (RM) 
PHILADELPHIA (RM) 
NEWARK (pQ 
■157-DEAD 
157-1326 

157-I3i|.3 
157-1355 
157-1065 
157-1129 
157-13-69 
157-1510 
157-10101. 
.157-lllio 
157-1077 
157-I39ii. 
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'^'\r';"-'^ i!^' ^^'?f ' ^ i:ian^ Rally v.-as.'held hy the Belav/are and I-Iaryland 
'^' 1 /v"^"-! ••^s/--'-^- J'roiichtov/n.Road, apprcxiR.ately .2 rr.iles 



Klans 



Jfo ^:T^^^^^^ 5?^^^ #213, near Slkton, . I-'afyland. (Keeting place, of ■ 
the Delav/are JQan - Unit #3.) ■* ' • ' V . ' 

?5^S'^i\^' fcegan^at -approxiratel^r g F.F. ,"-and' ended at .approxiir.ately 
12:30 A.l,., Sunday, July I7, I966. . • . . .." 

Approxir lately 1000 people attended- this' rally. 

There was approxiir.ately 375 cars at this .rally";'. -rcost of the people, did 
^0!:,,:!:^'^ ''-^^'■l ^^■^^,' ^-^^^Z it difficult to estimate the attendance. 
Uever«j. cars from tne state of Hew Jersey v/ere at this! rally.) 

Qf those Wesent I knov/ the 'following persons to be of the- Klan. • ' 



Roy_ H'rank? \oi ; ger , - Grand Dragon 
Ternon i-iai\-.aste"r ■ Grand Titan 



Ben S art in 



Pennsylvania 
Delaware 



Deldvvare 



Layton BAavk - King Kleagle - Maryland 
^°yi£:-5#i5Jas - King Kleagle - Pennsylvania, 
^oh-n ruSwick - Exalted Cyclops, Unit #3 -Delaware "' 
Bob Carpen\er r- Klaliff ,. Unit #3 - Delav;are 
Bob Duncan \Kludd, -Unit if3 , - Dela\-/are 
Bob Snyder -Vnit #3 Delav/are ' ' . ' 
Jeff Chatman VUnit ^^3 Delaware- 

Rosco Dalton Security, Unit #3 - Delav/are ' ' ' 

James Wallace - Unit. #3 - Delaware (Also knovm as Skidrow) 
George Lev-'allen - Uint ■■-3 ■ ^9l.o-!.;.Tv.;i 
VJillian: Lason - Unit ;^3"~ Deiav/arr " 
Clarence Berry - Security, Unit >v3 - Delaware 
Ernest LcGinnis - Unit -'^ -• Delav/are 



•'•'-<. 



Dslciv.-ar'e 



Delaware 



Buster Stexvart - Securiyy, Unit . ^ 

Don Wood - Exalted Cyclops, Unit" I'o - ^: 

Howard Taylor^- Klaliff, U.iib ,/5 - ZtloA:ari. 

Charles Hoon unit f/1- - Delaxvare 

Tony Morello- - Exalted Cyclops, -Unit #4 - Delav/are 

^andy -.Kligrapp, Unit #4 - Delav/are 

Featured speakers v/ere 



Layton Braun 
Robert Duncan 



Roy Frankhouser 
Charles Luthardt- 



Vernon Nainiaster 



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There v/as also an unknov/n speaker introduced by Roy Frankhouser, as 
being a -former meir.ber of the Communist Party. He claimed that this 
person had been a member of the Communist Party since the age "of 12. 
This unknov/n person predicted- that there would be violent riots in -i 
Salt more, Atlanta, New Orleans., Boston and PhiladsliDhia in the hear^TTT" 
tuture. : ; ■. ■. ■.: . \\ . ■ ' ' ' -/•. . '-^ >'' 



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'.Roy Fraiikhouser lectured '-oi. i::e CORS,- Polioics, Civil Rights ,. Coij-jnunism 
and i::otivation then diocuo'ro-i Ivcrth Vietnaitiese- literature that is. being 
sent postage-free as educational' ir:aterial to ^teachers; He stated that 
this literature was being sent from Hong Kong,/.. '. ' . 

• ' ' ' • * * ' 
Roy Frankhouser also- stated that every v/hite person should arm them- 
selves in case the police departments fail. to stop Kegro Violence. 
He claimed that ^'Black Fov/er" is a revolutionary plot to kill every 
v;hite child. . ' - ^ ' . 

Vernon Naimasterlectured on C6n)r.:unism, Politics, CORE and violenc^e in 
Baltimore, 

Charles Luthardt lectured on Politics and Better Government Policies. 

: 

Robert Duncan lectured on the Bible, Civil Rights and '/Politics. 

A collection V;as. taken by robed illansr^en to raise funds .for the Klan. 

. 'Members if the^-^omen^s Aujcillary also sold tickets on a set of glass-^ 
v;are and dolls to raise funds. - . - - / « ■ 



•; Attached 'is literature passed out"^ at the rally> 



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(Mount cupping in Space Below) 

















mi 










(Indicate page, name of 
newspaper, city and state.). 



p. 15- "Daily N.ews" 
■Philadelphia, Pa. 



Date: 7/l6/66 

Edition: k- Star 

Author; 

Editor: J. RAY lUNT 

Title: 



Character: 

or 
Classification: 
Submitting Office: 

PH 

I I Being Investigated 







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UNia35D" STATES GOVERNMENT 
MEMORANDUM 



TO; 

FROMs 
SUB^CT: 



SAC [157-1385) 
SA 



FREE CORPS 
RM... 



DATE; 



8/2/66 



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On 7/15/66 



■who has furnished 



reliable info rmation in the past, orally advised SA 



I of the following o This inform ation was typed 
on c/it^/'ob into statement form hy SA l 1 and; was theiTi. read 
an d initialed bv t he informant on 7/22/bb , • It is maintained 



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1 - Baltimore (info) (RM) 
12 ^ Philadelphia . 

1 - 157-1385 

1 -^ 157-1914 

C33>- 105-4158 

157-1778 

157-221 

157-1929 
157-1761 

157-1555 
157^447 

157-341 
157.1646 



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1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



(KOY FKANKaOUSKK) 



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>V*iti»iiwBiiiiiUMig>a 




js^ldAy.^Jnly IS, 1966 






According to ROY- FfiANKHOUSMJ.^ 



will/ Jbe. ^taking gfeApsOlJSjRj : 



and 



(vif he can attend) to^the', Klar^^ Rally near .Elktohy Md^^ ,. - 



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f"' ' ^ tomorrow, %Jl6/$6;^ : " 5MKH0USER predicts there, mil b,e a* lot -of trouble- this ' : .,^: 



|:,..^ summer, not< only -in .Chica^a. N^w York and other big citiesi bui eyen in- :Reading,'Pa/^ ' ' t 



Tie nbt'ed that .riots Mve 



p.^P^ already -broken oixi in';Chicago.'; It is for this .reason^i ' 



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'"TRMKHGUS-M-^l7i"7"^ha*-»nAre^hHV5H^ — ^isisTi?h«r-reasori--^eorH5Jie-.-^^ 

-:3fi):ftaprinsJ. trflinina- b ei ng a^fhrrlr^d f.hf=> Tnp>:n, At.f.hA - Tfiv>(«>-h-i ng Tiif^.gf^ayj' 'f/X9/66^ • FBAlm^. .:> .,. ' 



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r,', HOISER -said,he will have a^carbiiie and other weapons to be^fir|e.d♦ 



^^ MANKHOUSER instructed everyone present to -s-tart ^ compiling a dossier on. '\f 



.every Civil Rights Leader, FRANKHOUSER said that he' is trying, 'to 'a'jsc^uire -a -ship^p^^^ 



rifle. 



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"VriLSON" mentioned tnat- "KULiMi" dropped about yu^ of the men inhis ^gr.oup;^^""^" t^i 



fi 



: and is only affi -li a - ted now -iyit h a f ew^ ry close - trust ed ^ fri e ndo, .per;Gono' hovha'g. :kncn0 ;,u 



f nr yp=>ar 



^ROTtER" had-bean^expected t o atten d the, meeting 7/i2-^66\ but- did riot 






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D 



' ' show up# ^ Three or four oth ers had also been -expected- who did not cpnie-j, 'but their "i^/^ 



names w^re not mentionsd. HEIANPIOUSER clajons that ROGER will help them however* 



".Reverend" '.who was also referred to as "Nick "the Greek" and" who was* at thev 



meeting was -the last man to remove his mask and seemed very reluctant ftb d6\s,a» He % 
:mentionea tJna-t he had attenclecl a ucsnmunist >ar-Dy meetTing- in i^ew York and^ that .be was ^'\' 









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ple-ei ty^ This man indicated 'that he is -s ta -y lng in Reading^ Pa . -j now; and -as ked 



/those , pres en t to" help him identify any NAAGP or CORE men> It was not clear' whe ther 

N 

. He ' has alyeady rjoi ned these organizations locally or" not.'. /• . . 



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. The man whose property will be used next gixesday^ referred to only as 



;'is the same man 'who ^furnished ERMIOHOUSER with the Red 'Chinese propaganda* he exhibited* 



-. FRANKHOUSER said that he can get more ^ of this material ,and-^ several of those .'present 
^— -^-^x ^ e 30 ed inter es ts -r^-:; ^ '; ■■ . .:- , 







i:£!^£5j.j'&:^^ 



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OmONAL rOSM NO. 10 
MAY 1962 COIYION 
OSA GEN. tt£0. MO. 37 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 



TO 



SAC (157-1790) 



DATE: 8/3/66 



FROM 



SA 



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RM 



On 7/18/66, 



who has furnished 



re liable Information m the past, telephonically advised 
SA | I of the following. This Information 



was ty ped into statement form on 7/I9/66 by SA_ 

l and was then read and i nitialed, by the i hrorman-c on 
7/22/66 . It is maintained in 



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3k^?^harlotte (157-230) F 
Ml -^Philadelphia ' 



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157-1790 
157-1914 
105-4158 
157-17.78 

- 157-1929 

- 157-1555 

- 157-447 "(MINOTEMEH) 

- 157-341 (UKA, KKECK) . /^ ^^ ^Z C^^-y ^ r, / 

- 157-1646 (UKA, iCKKK - PAo) /O S^ t^ ^ ^ /^^U 

- 157-1944 (ACQUISITION OF WEAPONS AND EXPLOSIVES BY KLAN 

I AMD KLAN TYPE ORGANIZATIONS) 




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Monday. July 18. 1966 






On Monday j ' jxxbr iB , 196:6 



and ,RQI : FE^NKHOUSER Stopped ;-at...a/r; 



; lumberyard and ^purchased some posts* Ihen^ ±n 



' S' car they drove oiDt the " ' 



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State Hill Road pa^t^State Hill; Pa.j. and. just oi)p6siibe\the old deserted farm 






^ ;that used to be inp-iV rq;,BLue\ Marsh. ,Hotel they turned right on^ a narrbvir macadam road 



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heading generally ^^7^ east; along the creek. About orie^-half mile babk thi^; road/ 
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/ this; lane is - a trailery^ d @s e rt&d-y^^nd-som&--^£^44-^ The re-ia^-al-so-a Wo odeck — - 






that '" a Klansman r eside's there" indicating 



pavilion.' .JFRAMHOUSER told, 

the'ranchhouse. Back, past the fruittrees they drove stakes into the. ground and. 






, used these to hang up targets at which th5y shot "with a .22- semi automatic ^ rifles 



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that tte Kian Rally at Elkton^ Md. was a, huge b7c 



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^ suxjcess^ arid they took in about | 500.00 . The meeting for the -Kl an group will 



be heid: at this rui:al property 7/19/66; FEANKHOUSER said ttiat after tfieymee L a'i// liis 



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^-^he me at 6 ^ Bf th e y will proceed to the ru ^:^gJUa^:^ar-in.^wo~Ga3Eis-^ : '-^. — ~ ^:: '- /: 

, ,; _. : The organization .is to be publicly known as the Citizens Protective Assoc- 



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iation and the true or undercover name will be the American Resiatance Army* Ac-* 



ording to FRAMHOUSER. "ROGER" :is- not very int'^rested in the group^ altjuough he may, '' |! 

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.help out occasionally ty lecturing oh bombs- and showing, the group how these can be 



'^made. 



from Alleritoi'mj Pa#"i will actually train the men in the ]i^;^jij 



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' use'of weapons . '.However J [ wlia, only b6 abl^ to attend tte iiJe^iLing ■7/19/66 if" Lraiis- ' I;. ^ 

' per-ta-tieH-can- ^e arr anged-fo^ ,him^~H6^J.os4-4i-s— driven 

arr esi for sp ee dinge'^ ../..-. 2 ^ ' " 



did not go with [_n and ROY on 7/18/66. FJRANKHOUSER said that \^ 




[had go ne ou t on dn errand. According to FRAt^IKHOUSER, "NICK" als.o- known ^^s ,the 



Rever.end 



:end, is pfijl h 



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back ih' Bc)s:ton^, ',M§:ss,4*'He is winding up Ms affairs .there- and .in about 




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<-. two weeks; he Yri.ll rjsturn jgp^ Reading^ to reinain permanarltly*^' 

[and ROT were proceeding -t^n tJip State HiU- area they passed a, jsrhite. 



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\-. male who ROY called to' as- »»''Hi GEORGE". Then 



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"GEORGE" is a Minuteman and has twro sub machineguns • 



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... . FRflNKHOUSER said that at the Elkton Rally last weekend 'he received only ., 
'^pensl5g~Mlr1i^"h ^ p p3 '"' fe ' i i iak e 'a r r aiige merrb-^-H^-re-ceive-Ta''-^^ f •, I 

•4hege-w41-l.-be^nother Klan Rally nf^y twftftkftndj. but neither th^ time nQ r . -Xooat'a:o n : . have 



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TO 8 
FROMi 



■ SAC (l,05~tH58) 
SA 



SUBJECTS ROY FRANKHOUSER 

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DATES 8/5/66 



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On 7/26/66 



who has furnished 



T^eliable information in the oa^st. teiephtonically advised SA 

| . gf .. the-f allowing o This information was 
typed on 7/267:669 into statement form by SA | L arid was 
then read and initialed by the informant on //;duyb6o It is 
maintained in 



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BALTIMORE (UKA, KKKK) (RM) 

BIRMINGHAM (I^OBERT SHELTON) 
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CHARI^TE (152-23^0) 
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Nftf^np •flhnwp.rl UP at ROY FRMKH OUSER^ s. Kprne . 1^^^ 7/26/66 'i,c),,g . p-/. „, j;.';k 



shootingTj^ 



except 



and /ERAMfflOUSEEi' consequently; 



went out to the rural area near State Hill and* fired bo1ii ia semi-^automatic . 



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.22 rifle and ^a ^ i\\$ automatic belc>ngirig to FRANKHQUSER. Appkrantly neither 



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nor '*» NICK the GREEK"^ .were at FEMKHOUSER's home at the time the pair 
Ier-&"ToF^tate^taii7."^sT'HAT^ 1 

ll.og.t~intfir^gtu^nd-iias'.;not heeri aronnd -for ■Sjafegral^^-"^ 
h ad been exoected. to attend 7/26/66' Tiat allegedly called^ , , 



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FiRANKHOUSER^ and told him that 



was " in bad shape'*^ El' 



. and he could not attend for that -reason • "'^ 



' FRANKHOUSER said that a man named 



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is' furnishing" a Rally truck;,' to be used ^ at the Klan Rally on-'Satui^day, Ii/^Q/Oj. "- 
ERANKHOUSER h as s till not mentioned- the gpecific; location, of this-relly-j except- - 
+.n m>.nf.ion +.>iat.' it is ne-.i^-r Baltimore, and about a two hour drive from -Reading, Ea. 
PENNINGTON, is supposed to come- to Reading and see. 'FRANKHOUSER ori Friday 7/2'9y^66. . 



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»s friend had also been expected to attend the 7/26/66 '"exercise!/ 1 



but didn't come. FRANIfflOtJSER telephoned/ this individual, and .the numbani 



called may have .been 



or 



FRANKHOJ 



KUPISZEWSiamentionea tnxa man and the nm^ s" 



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: FRANKH0U5ER h as a copy o f a letter which 



had mailed to 



ROBERT S HELTON, in which 



praised FRANKHOUSER And his activities. This lett>-er 



- was dated 7/2.2/66. FRANKHOUSER admitted to 



that he was " bn 'the- hook 



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that he wanted -him to talk to SPLTON 



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. VRANIfflOUSER UP at his Home a.t.l.O.M . 7/30/66 and take-hijn'.to.the Rally wher.e. SHE i^TOJT 



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is supposed to^come'and see^mWKHO,USER; Eriday> ' t>7 



and RQI hopes that he will also go to the- Rally. ' = 



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FRANKHOUSER, said that 






operates a machine repair, shop a;nd' also ha.s &i 



a used car lot^witH nine used cars ^ at present-.,;. 



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r^ccording t'o TMN^^T^u" 



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HOUSEETs "a member of the Jbhn~B3:rc1i'~S^6TriBt3r'^ 



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, FRANKHOUSER said tha-t he had gotten rid of the Luger h^ obtained "from 



•ROGER>' the'8l' barrel weapon, he had fj^tH^ talked about to the salesman -a t'Kagens^ 



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several days ago. He told 



that he had obtained a- Rager revolver with/- 



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'two' cylinders J one for .22 magnum ammunition and the- other ft^r regul^- V^d, 



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ammanxtion. .He also! claimed th^L he .had XvkdL^Q. a ^2' automatic/to ROGER' in 



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-exchan ge ...fa ig^ 600 "rounds of .30 cpt ljhf^r 



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step-father .7^4;^ may possibly get him a ^6 :^ 



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job; outside of the city. 



IRMKHOUSER said that.^ J \ the teacher Jrom 



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'the man .who gave him some 'literature and 'whose farm near State hxii is^oexng. 

gRffl JIQiOUSER Ivlonday night/ 7/25/66 and,,h a:4— 



us^d-for/ snooting had been Lo see F 



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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 
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TOs 
FROMs 



SAC (105-4158) 
SA 



DATE J 8/'5/e6 



SUBJECTS ROY FRANKHOUSER 
' RM. ' 



On 7/23/66 J . " » who- has furnisTied 
reliable information- in the .past »., telephonic ^lly advised SA. 

of the- following <j • Thi s -'i-nfor mation was 



typed on 7/25/66, into statement .form by SAI I, and was 



then read and initialed, bvth^ e informant on 7/30/66, 
maintained in 



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BALTIMORE (UKA J KKKK) (RM) 

BIRMINGHAM (ROBERf SHELTON) (105-560) (RM) 

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157-733 (ROBERT SHELTON) 

157-341 (UKA, KKKK) 

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Saturday J July 233.1966 



. caine to Reading j Pa , j y ftstftrdayX^^P^^i^^^ 



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with .22, riflea-i ^PRANKHOUS'ER, stopped at .Kagen^s>-a^ sp©rting\gob.ds 






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t - ' Penri 'Street^ Reading',- Pa* , where he, :spoke, with a m^nVih the; gun department, albout ' - Y% 



;; ' .'' ^elling^pr trading in-a'Luger'pistol with an '8»'.t)arrel. Thei^lesman told FMMS^^^ 



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to bring it in and. he would .make an offer. 



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>;V-^ ^ . RGY sa i d" he is -not ^sxire , he will b e go i ngs He -^ explained that he h as bee ia " t Fya^g-io-4^^" J 



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..arrange a meeting yrfeth SHBLT:ON , biit. has not had any ..succega. 



FRANKH01ISER explairied his. failure to have a i22 pistol' ^t, Statei Hill by: saying 



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that this gun v/as unregistered and he didn't want to bej stopped v^ith 'it in hist.. 



that' he had obtained this" unregistered '.2 2. from a he |t-^ ^ 

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possession. He. told 
; ; V .fellow named " ^ '^ who is^or was a marksman instructor ^ at a surifer' caAp^ .^^^ fj^ / 



-o f Yrffaicl r -so unde d li-kg-^ iikall eniy. 



Whf^n FRAMHOTTSEF enterefi 



's car he-was - c a rrying a- rlettgry ,ahd - 



'after 



:gpt home he' found this letter j which FMNMOUSER had apparantly 






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dropped among some clothes^ in the car,. This was a business size enyolopfe v/hibh' v, ']37c f_ '• 



seemed to, contain literature of some sort^ it ^ was fairly thick and heavy •. The 
envelope was "not ^j(,ji 



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stamped, but was addressed in what- 



appeal ' s - to be ERAM - HQU5 E R^s - haidi;?I\r^ The materia l was addressed to — Mr7 



Philadelphia, Pa.^/19l33> 



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Date received 

8/8/66 



Received from (name or symbol number) 



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bmporeon ■ Oby telephone CZIbymall dS orally ' ' O recording- device O written by Informant 



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BrieFdfescrlption of activity or material " : ' 

Ac-ei\^ty^f White. Party of America ♦ Convent loi|i 
ur /Pa Li joU^ ParLv^ j ^heratb H^Jr^ark HoteJL^ . 



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8/8/66 



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Remarks: jf information in this report Is utilized. It should- be 
l- ^ paraphrased in order to protect the identity of Informant. 

„ OQglES ? ' .■•■■. 

1 - Atlanta . .. ,..-•«. ... .. ..••'-• • 

1 - Baltimore ..-.-' ■ ; ' f\ ' ~'-" 

1 r. Kansas City _...-- :-• 

1 r Norfolk ■ ' • / 

/^r Hiiladelphia " ' • • . • 
^ - Savannah 

1 ■ 4' Washington Field 

RICHMOm) 



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1. - 62-1720 fMinutemen) 

1 I 157-1401^0^,, Unit ,#33, Fairfax., VaT) '^TtTInT^CTt^ 

1-- 157-74 (National States Rights Party). ^'^ f T/n '^"^v/ 
1 -•• 157-345 ■ (SCHUYLER D . FERR IS ) ^-«=s.6a iinW-f, ...u » — 

1 - 157-222 
1 .- 157-1474. 
•1 - 157-69^ 

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■ 1- 157-128' 

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1 - 157-1505 
1 - 157-692 
1. - 157-137;zL 

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- Previous reference in Richmond 



NOTE: Items mentioned on last page of report furnished "by the 
' informant have been placed in Richmond file 62-172G, re 
. Minutemen^ 



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Alexandria^ Virginia 
■ • August 8, 1966 

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A meeting of the Patriotic Party of America met in a 
ballroom at the Sheraton ' Park , Hotel, in Washington, I)., 0; on 
Saturday., August 0^ 1966. a?here '•were about lOQ persons present 
: S'rom time to time during the day. The following groups were 
represented; ...■,. .- • 

The Patriotic Party of America .." : 

The Minutemen • • . 

United Klans of America • ', • 

United Klans of Virginia \ . • ; " 

. United Klans of Maryland .: 

.• ■ United Klans of Pennsylvania , , •" ■ 

United Klans "of Ohio ~ " 

. The White Party of America ' ■ - 

The Conservative Party of Virginia 
The National States Rights Party of Maryland * 
The Constitutional Party. of America 
The Free: Cuban Committee ' ' 

Among the individuals present at the Sheraton Park Hotel 
±a. Washington, D.C'S' were the following: 

SCHUnER Di FERRIS - member. Patriotic ' Party of .America, United Klans 

of America and Minutemen. ' '' 

AL WIENGEN - member. United Klans. of America and White Party of 

America. " ■ ' « 

ROBERT DE PUGH -^ Leader of Patriotic Party and National Coordinator- 

■ . of the Minutemeu. 

(FMU) KELLER - Minutemen member with DE PUGH and member Patriotic Party 
;DE PUGH's. Secretary - white female, b,runette> 5»9" tall, I55 lbs., 
and married,- ' ■ 

■VAUGHAN REESE .- member, Minutemen, Patriotic Party and United Klans 

of America. '• 
- . FRANCIS B. CHERRY - member, ' White Party of America. 

Son of HJENRY 0. SHELTON - member. Patriotic Party (SHELTON is one 

of the leaders of the United Klans of Marylajid). •? 

r?^ SQIJIMKMO^BR^^^jnember, Patriotic Party and United Klans of Maryland)^ 

KftRL ROGERS ALLEN, Jr. - leader. White Party of America, and member ' 

of Patriotic Party. ' . 

MARIO GARCIA KOHLY, Jr., member * Minutemen and Patriotic party. 

RICHARD BRAUN - member^ White Party of America, Minutemen."., -and * 

Patriotic Party. 

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EARL SIMPSON - member. White Party of America and Patriotic Party, 
MARGE COPELAND - member. White Party 'of Amferica. • ■ 

Miss. COPELAWD's daughter and sister. 

BIRNIE ZILL - memher. Conservative Party and Patiriotlc Party fhome 
3^1 Baltimore, Maryland). . ^ ^ .■ 

mmiE p. ROSS - member, Wh3fB Party of America, " • : ' 

BERNARD DAVIDS - member. White Party of America. 
BLANCHE HOLZER - member. White Party of America, ' 
LARRY BROWN - member, Minutemen and Patriotic Party. 
LARRY BROWN - member, Minutemen and Patriotic Party. ' 
. (FNU) HERITAGE - from Norfolk, Virginia. 
HENRY METHOT - an older man who has been in "Right Wing" movements 
for many years. He can be seen almost every . Saturday; handing out 
literature in the area of the Russian Embassy in Washington, D;C; 

^^^■^ telephone hookup was arranged so that people in various ■ 
other cities could hear the speeches at the Sheraton -Park Hotel and 
-the people in this hotel could hear speeches from various- people in" " 
these other cities. Hookups were arranged with Florida: Dallas, 
Texas; Montgomery, Alabama j Seattle, Washington; Chicago, Illinois: 
and Tucson, Arizona. p i= 9 . .» 

^ 4.T. ^^ ^^^^ spoke several different times during the course' 

• of the day. He said that the Minutemen would work- as. the underground 

• for the Right Wing" and that the Patriotic Party would work in the" 
open as a political. group. He also mentioned that the Minutemen 
would take charge of internal security for all "Right Wing" groups ' 
^"f Y^li J^^^'^ °^* ^^^ undesirable people in these groups. He • 
«S. r^ „. J^® FBI. and other, government agencies' have spies in the ' 

Right Wing and that .it is relatively easy to sp:ot a spy since the- 
spy will always delay a decision and will try and keep the members 
arguing among themselves, . . 

. n . xr ^® Patriotic group in the Washington, D^' C-, area will 
include Washington, D. C'i- and the State of Virginia., The following. ■ 
were named as the officers. of the iPatriotic Party group for the 
Washington, Dv Ci' - State of Virginia; 

HENRY METHOT -^ Chairman 

VAUGHAN REESE - Secretary 

GEORGE BIRDSALL-Vice President 

LARRY BROWN - Treasurer (BROWN is possibly identical with a person 

who has- a police record in Alexandria, Va. and was at a meeting of / 

some Right Wtog" group at the Broyhill auditorium in Arlington^ • . 

Virginia. about a year ago.) • * © » ♦ 



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• Washin^ton^ .^Jl^^^^f groups were divided up into sections and the . 
Washington^ Po Co - Virginia group met in a separate room in 'order 

• ■ to elect officers o Shortly after they arrived in this room ?w 

Sv'Si^^^S"^-"^ '^^J i^ ^^^ *'^^ C?ai^an of this^lat??Skf '"^ ' 
• othe? S??LS2^ he named the above-listed individuals as the 

Qther officers. Several of the other individuals from Virelrila who • 

Ip?L??r^?J' ^S^^^i^g KARL Rf ALLEN, did noriike tSil wf fo? 

?!+ SJ?^ *^? °F}f®^s, and Mr. DE PUGHwas asked to come o?er and .' 
■ handfwi?Hom.tJ^i-S*'' ""^ ^^°? ^?^^- ^^ ^i^ walkWer InS tSake 

talk with fhrLnL^%TS®°Pj^ J?J ^^^^ ^® ^^^^^ ^® ^^^k later and 

TO' PTTPTT T.o5^!^® ^J®' a^^'^loiown- g•ro^p present from New. Jersey and 
SoS ??2 ^h"^® trouble with theiii. The members of this group were 
dressed like "peace creeps" - three of them were'not over 20 vears of 
-age and the other was about 27. DE HIGH received a ffT^Lfl^ ^f.t^L 
, the meeting that this group was "Jewish." ' telegram durliig 

woinri ■f-.vtr S®?® ^^^ \r^°r atLthe meeting that some Communists" ■ 
would try to come on the stage at the Sheratoh-^Parfc and erab the 
^.^SS^^n^^ thereby disrupting the convenJiom S view Ifthis. 

':SS?ains ISfat^^^S^""^? were placed at all doors, behind tS 
'cuirnains and at the entrance to the stairs. 

coliection\oS!'^^''*^°" was taken up and over $20p was noticed in the- 

'possibly .Xlr^.^'^^. tl?^tll%^mi'lUT&^^^^^^^ 
^^^n.Jo^i'^^v,*^^^''..^^^^^^^^ ^™K HDMEDS, wai mlssSg. EDWaIds htd 
?^IsdaviLt^ar,^ ^r^^^ gmj-battle" with uknnown paltief aZt 
luesaay night and. he had not been seen since that time. These ueoTiie' 
were going to institute a search for EDWaSds? ^^^ 

'lnterstafp'^?«S?^S^M!" ^?^ Jee'^lappoihted the Cliaplain for the 
mJ?? foJJSi? ?"5 '°^ Maryland but is supposed to serve with the 
unit established, or to be establishedrin Virginia. ' 

White Partv^o?^l^?f .H?v,f'?^''^S^ J\f^* ^ printing press- for the ' 
V 1 if^^^ ^^ America within a short time. He said he was t£o±ns to 
pick .it up on Sunday,. August 7, 1966, but he Sid not do so! ® ^ 



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J, V, KEMETia: MORGAN has just returned from. a trip 
with some construction company to Viet Nam.- He sta ved a f ew . ^6 
days at the Prince Karl Hotel in Washington, D"-^ C. d | is b7c 
employed at this hotel) since he had contracted some veneral 
disease and needed a shot of penicillin. He wanted to get himself, 
straightened put before going home to his wife. 

I I has a job at the Prlrice Karl Hotel but J"^^ 

says he will have to "let him go" because he cannot do the 



Woi^k. 

Attached are the following items obtained at:, the above- 
mentioned Patriotic Party Convention': ■; 



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iV Copy "Blueprint For Victoiy" booklet written by ROBERT DE PUGH,' 

2. Application for Membership in the Patriotic Party. 

List of Patriotic Party Literature available for sale. 
Letter to Patriotic Party members, signed by BOB DE PUGH, - 
expressing appreciation for an order for the "blueprint For 
Victory" booklet. A questionnaie attached to this letter' asks 
for suggestions about the "message" in the booklet and about the 
activity the receiver might do for the Patriotic Party. 

5. "Volunteer Worker Data" sheet. 

b. Article reiprinted from .J\me,- 1966 issue of "On Target", 
captioned "Take Your Choice." "On Target" is an official 

W . publication of the Minutfemen* 

7. Blank check with "Patriotic Party" printed on the line "Pay 
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Date received 

8/8/66 



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SA JOSEPH A.-MBldN, Jr^ 



Method of delivery (check appropriate bloc|cs) 

§Pln person ' [=1 by telephone □ by mall 'qa>rally " [=] tecordln, device O written by Informant 



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Brief descrloUon of activity or material 

Patriotic Party Convention 8/6/66 



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157-1^01 (UKA, Unit .#33) 
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157-222 
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i,xM r,4. 4.V. ^^ 8/6/66,"'€,#onvention of the "Patriotic Party? was 
held at the Park. Sheraton [Hotel Ballroom in WashingtonrDVcT^^ 
• STrrS^^S Jf?i^^^gB -ceiled to order.at about 10 i:S^b?'Rorf 
SIS* ^f ^°"^L-^®^^ °^ *he Minutemen. There were 72 people 
present. Among^^those people were the following: i'«"P-«-e 

■ ?hfS2tS''%f S;f uSI"^^ "^ the American Nazi Party (ANP), 

ti ^^A^u^' ^^^f^ member of the ANP and the UKA.. At the- ccaiventlcn 
W WbL^" "through" with the Klan end did not want to St IntS . 

mSd TrSreS'^rthrH^^..?^ ij^^ "^ ??^ *^^ Minutemen.. BROWN was ■ '^ 
. namea Treasurer of the Northeffitem section of the new Patriotic- Party,' 

"-'•••" I«So5^r?5!®p^ f^^®^ S®"^^®^ o^ *he Minutemen and the UKA. He was 

?^?! . Jt?®'"^^^^^^''.^^ *^® Northeastern section of the Patriotic Partv^ 
This will comprise the Washington, n.C. area only, ^^^^^ozic party. 

RICHARD BRAUN, former member of the ANP and UKA anU the Minutemen. • 
^ .::|g^^S^^^^o^e^. "member of the ANP and Minutemen from 

• 'H^NRY METHOT, an old-time "right winger" who resides at Presidential 
?he la?tf in vlf ' "^ Alexandria, Va! METHOT was mmed SmlS*of 

??S l?«?^^lT???SI"*Jy a leader in the Maryland Knights of the Ku - 
Sith hw'> ^^°™^S also -had several members of the Maryland KKKK '. " ' 



was r,ubnr^?,.''^?r''*^^" ""^f run in a serious vein and no mention 
we?e^made ?i Ln^f 0=''"''®'?^® violence or any illegal acts. Speeches 
ItthTtLl^tli^i^^ P®°^i? ^"^ *^®y came from six conventions held 
llrlnLl n^i^t^tiL'^r'' ^^^ A telephone- hookup was '■ 

?pS?Sfi^ The -cities are Ghicago, Illinoisj Seattle, Washingtons 

Washtoglon' D c*""^^ ^''^^^^' ^^-^^"^ Montgomlry. Alabama, aM '^ ' 



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the party ■SL^s?ar?ef In 5u?v S%Slf ^""f ^? ^^ ^^^^^ 30 fold since 
accepted for mImberlhiD f^lnSlJ-^^hu ^^ ^^g?* wihgers will be 
up and taped the SSole^Ao«v?^??^J ''V^^^S^ ?^^*^^ Society showed 
i:' T>apea T;ne Whole convention. He stated he was:from Norfolk, 7a. 









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t ried to reach ROY FRAMHOU S ER by phone 



about 11 PM but noone answered. Ihis morning 



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however he only called to make sure that FRANKHOUSER v/as going to attend .the 



Rally in Maryland. FRANKEDUSER said he was and 



leftj enroute to Reading 



to meet FRAMHOUSER. ■ " 
-FRAN-KHOUS'ER-sSi-d-tte:t--laB-t-^ 



..and-^hc-B^^meii^-Si^^ 



shooting. FRANICH0U5ER is not picking up ajgd saving the empty mkS cases fired* 



According to FRANKHOUSER, 



, the man from Mont our sville,^ Pa., will ', b6 



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be going with 



and himself to the Rally 7/30/66' . 



FRANKHOUSER mentioned that he is going to Canada later this summer. He 



did not indicate the reason for this trip, but asked 
-off-friom-wox'k Lo—go~wxth'him7 



if he could get b7c 



■dwferte~th^"he~wT5td:d--b^^ 



-altheu^.heL_said he Wjould llke-t.o-be-able to-ge.- 



__^ According to something FRANKHOUSER said in the past ^^Rev.- HA T ffiL" h as 

Jewish parents, b ut. HfiM EL himself v/ants nothing to do with that Faith. 



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...,.__. , R OY FMNKHO USER said that he h a d gott en back from Maryland that eveni ng. 

He rode as far as Reading, Pa., with 






, the man from Montoursville,. JBsl* 



Prior to .FR/^KHOUSER»s return , 



telephoned Reading, trying to reach him. 



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, who was at FRANKHOUSER» s home said that ROY Was not back yet. 



said . 



that he is returning to North Carolina, he learned that 
7l3aid 1ie"wilT"te 'Teavin^^^ 

ia-leavi-ngy-apparan^^^Hfor-goedii — ■■ ~ - — ^-^ '-^ '-^ — ' - .- 

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that he has a sxarprise in store ^ 



be 



will find out all about it Tuesday at the meeting. 



In Maryland ROBERT SHELTON warned the Klansmen to »aook outM- for CONNIE. 



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LYNCHa SFIELTON warned that he- suspects ETNCH is a "double agent" and is actaal3y 



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" ifforking for CORE, NAACP and the other civil rights groups* SHELTON. said tha^t LYNCH, 






V ^, stirring up TOiites to riot and cause trouble is actually causing other wiaTtes to 
:-^ympa-th-tae-^v?iJrbh^theH^^^ 

thft Klan. and the National States Rights Party. , SHELTON instructed his Klansmen to have 




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^ . In spite of SHELTON^s instruction^ FRANKHOUSER weftt;,to see LYNCH on Sat^ 







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of the. following'. T^his infor mation was 



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only as an observer* FRANKHOUSER related that he had watched the, man who^was leading 



the miite protestors and that he did an excellent Job. FRANKHOUSER did not say 



that he had actually spoken /to this individual,, . 



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who has fiirnlsbed. -pell iable. 



of the following. T his inf ormation was tjrpecl into statement 
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this afternoon. FRANiCHOUSER wants 



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. Reading toiiiorrcw after work; According to FRANKHODSER tonorrcw at about 5' M he is,-'-. 

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him th;gti, " jWe are ready, if the- Niggers^ get out of lini-Tj^ we will ^e able"":fep 



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ROY FRANKHOUSER and 



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went out to State HLll -w faere t hey .'.'^'^i.M j 



did. some shooting . Weapons they fired, all provided by FRANKHOUSER included 



a bolt action Springfield rifle m^de" by Smith-Corona, a "riot type" shotgun. 






and a .IiS autcraatic« They shot, primarily at tiii cans on" wooden posts in a field. 





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4^-State-HilL.-Ji«hen-the- .two-r.etxirned.-to--133-S^-l|th -St.v L-who-. -b 6 v^f ' . 



had been dri nkin g was "pretty we ll loaded" and v/as talking about goi ng ou t and/, 
-shooting himself a Nigger* FRANKHOUSER and 



tried to dissuade him^ 



said that he was leaving Reading tomorrovir but wanted a little fun' first • 






'- He tried to reach 



on the telephone. FiiANKHQUSER said that about 



two weeks ago 



and 



caught a whxte youth in a car with a colored girl and^ 






— tdiey-threw-sx«n e fire c rackers at th em thb n beat up the w h ite youth . According.- to 
^1«T?.AWKHnTlSF.R thft noupl.w p rn'hali;i y nftvia-r rz-pp-rf^d t.hff asHfliiilt. b^nansft of t-V"^ r^y^ . 



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repeated his statement about going out to icxii a nigger. He asked REGIWA 



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also came to FRANKHOUSER* s home after ROY and 



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... T his morning ROY ERANKH OUSER receive d a teleg ram. from 
from Williamspcarbi ■ Pa. , stating that . 



had tried, -without success to call 



FRANKHOUSER on Friday. The wire asked for a telephone number where 



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.numbers in the Baltimore, Md. area, vdiere FRANKHOUSER expected, to be., AECording to 



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'the man who owns t ge-^p^oina-a7fa-Stirig-mn-TVhfey^^^ 

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TOg DIREGTORg FBI .(97-4262) 

Attentions FBI Lahor.atory 
FROM? . SACj PHILADELPHIA. (105-4158) 

SUBJECTS ROY Eo FRANKHOUSEfl , aka 

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.... ' Enclosed for the. Bureau are the following items 
for examination by the FBI Laboratory and possible future 
evidence Items should all.be retained § 

lo 19 empty 12 gauge shotgun shells, all 
. Western Xpert Mark 5^ which had., been loaded, with 
No a H shoto 

2o 10 empty 30*06 cases,- all military brass, 
various headstampso / 

3o 17 empty oH5 automatic cases, all military, 
.... . . ^headstamped RA 62 o 

Ho 2H o22 long rifle fired cases, various bi?ands, 
:■' - -" -and (apparently) fired in at least .*t?hree *' 

'^-^ - ^ :different weaponso '^^--^ ^ 



r-a. ocAll items, 
the initials "WEDo," 



but the o22 cartridges, are marked with 



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- -• ' All the above items were ,r»etrieyed by 

[ from a field near St§te Hill,-, -.Pao (Lower 
Hexdelberg,, Township) on -8/3766o RQY .Eo ERANKHOUSER and 
an associate were known to liave fire4 weapons there on 
several occasipns, the latfst b^4S?g *ih,e, .gyening of J/2/66,; 

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wheh^ they fired a 30*06 bolt action. rifle.^ apparently 
a Smith«Corona made Springfield *03 or 'd3-A3, a 12 gauge 
pump shotgun 5 believed to be a "Deferslayer" model,' and a 
4 5 automatic o ' Twentytwo . caliber %e^p6ns . had„ been fired 
there on >' several oacasions.o - -.^ ..':.„„.;. o,„: 

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The condition and appearance of the items transmitted 
and the location of them in the area tends to indicate that the 
larger caliber cases were all fired 8/2/ 6:6 ^ by FRANKHOUSER 
and his associate o The o22 cases ^ however ^ were somewhat 
scattered and some or all of them may have been left -by ' ' 
pther'^ianknown persons having no connection .with FRANKHOUSER 
and his^-iassociateso - v * : ir. a- 

y^^.,v. ;The FBI Laboratory is requested'Vto retain'iany'^and ^ 
&11 9f*^the;transmit±ed. items, which may be of future ; value. 
for'"c6jnparison purposes o . . ..e/':o; 

:yV^^:•:^ *\;fhe f ired ro-2i cases should/ be ■ compared with any ^"i 
subseqxien-tly submitted c ases furnished by Charlotte , in the be 

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VICTIMS I PE^CRAj 196i|,a'"';as xnstrucTeq in iiureau airtelttov V 
Charlotte. 7/29/66 g this captiono , ..«..,. 

It is noted that no fired slugs of any caliber were 
located>..8/-3/66« «. : > 

FRANKHOUSER IS CONSIDERED ARMED ..AND DANGEROUS o 



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